Nestled away in Denton, Texas, Texas Woman's University, a school, has a student population of roughly 12,000. A considerably greater proportion of women make up the student population with a female-to-male ratio of 6-to-1. From alumni reporting, however, it appears that men make more than their female counterparts after graduating. Figures cited in this summary are based on graduates' replies to PayScale's salary questionnaire.

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 15 Jun 2019
  • Individuals Reporting: 1,082
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304 Administration Dr
Denton, TX 76204


Research University, State School

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TWU alumni can most commonly be found in clinical care, the health care services industry, and the education industry, though they are employed throughout a wide range of sectors. The most popular field is the health care industry. Less than two percent of TWU grads move into the outpatient physical therapist's office industry — it is the road least traveled for this demographic. Following graduation, TWU students earn an average of $63K.


At this school, there are significantly more females than males who took the survey — the female-to-male ratio is more than 3 to 1.


Among TWU alumni, those working as Physical Therapists report the highest median pay of $69K, followed by Registered Dietitians ($65K), and Senior Accountants (around $63K). Collecting the smallest paychecks are Office Managers — they bring in about $42K.


The most popular destination for former TWU students is Dallas, Texas. With a median salary of $66K, Houston, Texas represents the highest-paid city popular among TWU grads. Plano, Texas is a popular spot for former TWU students at the opposite end of the pay scale; in fact, average salaries there are the lowest at approximately $51K. Close-by Fort Worth, Texas and Denton, Texas are also desirable cities among TWU alumni.

Degree Major

Among the highest-paid TWU alumni are those with a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Health Care Administration — they earn close to about $112K on average per year. Ranking last in the compensation department are those holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) — their annual income amounts to $39K on average.


TWU grads are usually competent in Microsoft Excel, and less than ten percent of alumni continue practicing this skill in their career. Competency in People Management translates into above-average pay for former Pioneers — they earn 13 percent more than their fellow graduates. Experience with Microsoft Office, Customer Service, and Project Management is highly valued as well.

Benefits and Perks

Only about one in three grads enjoy paid vacation and one in five survey participants receive sick leave. For this school, a strong majority of grads are the recipients of health benefits, and more than half of alumni pick up dental plans, too. A strong majority of former students opt for a 401(k) to save for retirement. Texas Woman's University grads also enjoy benefits like a casual working environment, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, and flexible hours.

Related Schools

Indiana State University grads report the most similar salaries to TWU alums, earning $61K on average. Texas A & M University-Commerce, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Texas Southern University are also similar to TWU.

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Test Scores

Academics 25th Percentile 75th Percentile
SAT Scores 1220 1560
ACT Scores 17 23

Key Stats for Texas Woman's University


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