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Civic engagement remains high at Texas Woman's

Texas Woman’s University has been included in Washington Monthly’s 2021 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll.


New round of StartHer grants begins Sept. 24

Twenty-five grants, each worth $5,000, will be awarded in the latest round.


COVID-19 testing program off to a smooth start

The Texas Woman’s University COVID-19 Proactive Testing Program kicked off this week, with almost 300 employees and students being tested on the first day.

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TWU enrolls most diverse student body ever

Texas Woman’s University enrolled its most diverse student body ever this fall, and posted significant gains among first-time-in-college students and graduate students, a preliminary census count shows.

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Website celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Texas Woman’s University is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) with a special website and a host of activities recognizing the contributions, heritage and culture of Hispanic individuals and communities.


PIONERAS program named finalist for national award

Excelencia in Education has selected Texas Woman’s University’s PIONERAS program as a finalist for its 2021 Examples of Excelencia award.

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Town Hall to focus on COVID-19 testing program

Texas Woman’s will hold an online TWU Employee COVID-19 Town Hall at 4 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 8, to provide answers about the university’s new proactive testing program.

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Pandemic emphasizes importance of literacy

International Literacy Day (Sept. 8) was founded by UNESCO in 1966 to remind the public of the importance of literacy.

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Partnership moves TWU athletics ticket sales to completely digital platform

The move will provide fans the ability to purchase tickets in advance and on game days in a fully secure and contactless way.

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Camp provides unique experience for children with cerebral palsy

Pirate Camp uses pirate-themed activities to improve upper-limb function in school-aged children with unilateral cerebral palsy.

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