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900 N Grand Ave, Sherman, TX 75090, United States

Location info of Austin College

  • A hub of economic activity, Texas attracts top graduate employers

The state is an attractive base for many of the world’s biggest employers, with 30 million residents providing a sizeable workforce and employers can also benefit from Texas’ abundant natural resources and land.

  • There’s always plenty to see and do in Texas

If you’re looking for a study destination with vibrant and friendly cities, as well as vast open countryside, Texas may be the study destination for you.

Because of the state’s vast size – it’s bigger than the UK, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands combined – you can expect a vastly different student experience depending on where specifically in Texas you decide to study.

  • One of the most affordable states in the US

Despite all of the amazing benefits, studying in Texas is also relatively affordable compared to other US locations, with a low cost of living and affordable housing.

Top Reasons to Study in Austin College

  • Experience first-hand the challenge and excitement of living what you learn.
  • An Empowering Community
  • A College Education Within Reach
  • Equipped to Engage the World

University details

About Austin College

Austin College is a small liberal arts college where big things happen. Students and faculty engage in partnerships in learning that allow our students to become truly invested in their education. Our student body is a diverse one, but one that is welcoming and inclusive.

Career at Austin College

The Center for Career & Professional Development at Austin College encourages you to begin your career/life planning process in your first year of college, continuing over the course of your academic career. However, you can rest assured that it is never too late to start! By working with our staff, you will learn and develop the career and life planning skills to help you be competitive in applying for employment and graduate or professional school.

Discover your strengths, interests, and values using the framework and tools provided by the Center.

Learn about rewarding careers and graduate studies through guided exploration, reflection, and networking.

Gain real-world experience through research, volunteer opportunities, internships, and other Applied Learning Experiences.


Campus life

Our distinct location in North Texas places Austin College in proximity to a host of cultural, entertainment, and recreational activities. The region provides limitless opportunities including art, music, pro sports, and professional internships.

Ranking & Accreditation of Austin College

  • America’s Top Colleges 2019 according to Forbes.
  • Best Value Colleges 2019 according to kiplinger’s.
  • Best Merit-Based Scholarships 2019 according to MONEY.
  • Top Colleges in Texas 2019 according to WSJ.


  • Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change The Way You Think About Colleges
  • Best Value Schools: #2 in Top 20 Deals on Small Colleges in Texas
  • Great College Deals: #5 in the 30 Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the South
  • Wall Street Journal: #8 Top Colleges in Texas
  • College Vine: #2 in the Top 50 Colleges that Award the Most Merit Aid in the nation

Student Accommodation at Austin College

Residence Halls

There are five residence halls on the Austin College campus. Caruth houses only female students, while Baker houses only male students. Clyce Hall, Dean Hall and the Jordan Family Language House are all co-ed residences. The college also offers many housing options for Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. These include the Bryan Apartments, The Flats at Brockett Court, Johnson ‘Roo Suites, The Dr. Marjorie Hass Village on Grand (the Cottages), and the North Flats.

  • Housing: $5,900
  • Dining: $6,320
  • Other: $2,297


Programs at Austin College


  1. Accounting
  2. Anthropology
  3. Art
  4. Art History
  5. Biochemistry – STEM designated
  6. Biology – STEM designated
  7. Business Administration
  8. Business Finance
  9. Chemistry – STEM designated
  10. Classical Civilizations
  11. Classics
  12. Communications
  13. Computer Science – STEM designated
  14. Creative Writing Studies
  15. Data Science and Analytics
  16. East Asian Studies
  17. Economics
  18. Education
  19. Engineering Physics
  20. English
  21. Creative Writing
  22. Environmental Studies – STEM designated
  23. Ethics
  24. Film Studies
  25. French
  26. Gender Studies
  27. German
  28. Global Science, Technology & Society
  29. Greek
  30. Health Care Administration
  31. History
  32. International Business
  33. International Economics & Finance
  34. International Relations
  35. Japanese
  36. Kinesiology
  37. Latin
  38. Latin American & Iberian Studies
  39. Leadership Studies
  40. Mathematics – STEM designated
  41. Media Studies
  42. Music
  43. Neuroscience
  44. Nonprofit Organizations and Public Service
  45. Philosophy
  46. Philosophy, Politics, & Economics
  47. Physics
  48. Political Science
  49. Pre-Engineering
  50. Pre-Law
  51. Pre-Theology
  52. Psychology
  53. Public Health
  54. Religious Studies
  55. Sociology
  56. Southwestern & Mexican Studies
  57. Spanish
  58. Theatre
  59. Western Intellectual Tradition
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