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TWU partners with Harmony Public Schools

Texas Woman’s University has partnered with Texas-based Harmony Public Schools ― a system encompassing 60 pre-K-12 schools, including 16 in the DFW area ― to offer its high school students tuition-free college and support services to help them become successful graduates.

Eligible students who pledge to participate in the program can attend Texas Woman’s the fall after they graduate from high school. The program includes access to the university’s Zero Tuition Guarantee, which covers the cost of tuition and fees not covered by federal and state financial aid or institutional scholarships.

The partnership is aimed at creating a stronger college-going culture among high school graduates, and offers a more affordable higher education pathway that won’t result in high debt, said Javier Flores, TWU’s vice president for enrollment management.

TWU has also signed General memorandums of understanding (MOU) with Wharton County Junior College, Galveston College and Weatherford College. Jorge Figueroa, PhD (Vice Provost of Curriculum & Strategic Initiatives), traveled to the Greater Houston area to WCJC's Richmond Campus and Galveston’s main campus for signing meetings with some of TWU's Houston Campus Faculty/Staff. Weatherford will be visiting the Denton Campus this month.

These MOUs are aimed at easing the transfer process for prospective students from their current colleges to TWU by providing more support services.