Top Hispanic-Serving Online Colleges and Universities in Texas

These are the best Hispanic-Serving colleges in universities in Texas with robust online degree offerings.

Texas has 84 schools classified as Hispanic-Serving institutions by the US Department of Education. This classification means that the college or university’s student body is greater than 25% Hispanic. For their commitment to Hispanic populations, these institutions are eligible for federal grants that improve their ability to recruit more Hispanic Students and provide better educational opportunities for Hispanic Students.

For this ranking, we used our proprietary methodology that takes into account key metrics for identifying academic excellence:

  • Small Student-to-Faculty Ratio
  • High Number of Online Programs Offered
  • High Percentage of Online Students
  • High Graduation Rates
  • High Retention Rates
  • High Desirability—the relationship between the number of applicants of a school, those that got admitted, and of those, the number that enrolled.
  • Academic Influence—based off the number of scholarly contributions made by the institution’s faculty in their fields of study and how often they were cited by other scholarly works.

Read more about our standard methodology, here.

To make this ranking, we limited our methodology to the Hispanic-Serving colleges in Texas that offer online degree programs.

For your convenience, you can sort this ranking to find the best value Hispanic-Serving institutions in Texas or the most affordable Hispanic-Serving institutions in Texas.

Texas Hispanic-Serving Institutions Frequently Asked Questions+

What is a Hispanic-Serving Institution?

A Hispanic-Serving instituition is an instituition whose Hispanic student population is at least 25%. This status is designates by the US Department of Education. Schools with this status recieve grant money to aid Hispanic students.

How many Hispanic-Serving Institutions are in Texas?

There are 84 Hispanic-Serving Institutions in Texas

Top Hispanic-Serving Online Colleges & Universities in Texas

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    1. Texas Tech University

      Lubbock, TX

      Score

      96

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment38,742 (10% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs99
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$9,300 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #1 Best Texas Online CollegeA Most Affordable Texas Online College #2 Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Texas Tech is our #1 ranked Best Online College in Texas, overall, and our #2 Best Value Online College in Texas!

      Established in 1923, TTU is a public research university. Its student population of over 36,000 makes it one of the largest universities in the state; 10% of its student population is enrolled fully online. TTU has a 30% Hispanic student enrollment.

      TTU offers nearly 100 fully online degree programs, including 40 online master's degree programs, and six online doctoral Programs. Veterans and active military membersu2019 educational goals are priorities at TTU.

      As demonstrated in their commitment to hispanic populations, TTU values the needs of the community and encourages the students to collaborate and connect with the community to create strong partnerships.

      Additionally, TTU is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as having the highest level of research activity in the country, and is known for projects in areas including health sciences and engineering.

      76% of students at TTU receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $7,766. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See TTU’s full list of online degrees!
    2. University of Houston

      Houston, TX

      Score

      85

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment46,148 (4% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusAsian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution, Hispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs23
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$9,221 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolAsian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving InstitutionHispanic-Serving Institution

      Established in 1927, the University of Houston is a public research university with over 45,000 students enrolled, among the largest in the state. 4% of its student population is enrolled fully online, and 36% of the total student population is Hispanic.

      UH is the flagship of the University of Houston System, and is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as having very high research activity.

      The University of Houston has over 20 online degree programs at the master's and doctoral levels. Its offerings include master's and doctoral degrees in education, and a master's in social work.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, the University of Houston is also an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution, and a military friendly school. Central to the university's mission statement is a commitment to offering world-class education to a diverse student population.

      87% of UH students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $7,621. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UH’s full list of online degrees!
    3. University of Houston–Victoria

      Victoria, TX

      Score

      84

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment4,506 (57% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs102
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$6,781 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #9 Best Texas Online College#2 Most Affordable Texas Online College#1 Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See UHV’s full list of online degrees!
    4. University of Texas at Arlington

      Arlington, TX

      Score

      83

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment48,635 (39% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs34
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$11,040 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #10 Best Texas Online CollegeA Most Affordable Texas Online College A Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of Texas at Arlington is ranked the #10 Online College in Texas, and ranked among the Best Online Colleges in Texas and the Most Affordable Online Collees in Texas!

      Established in 1895, the University of Texas at Arlington is a public research university and part of the University of Texas System. It is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as having very high research activity. The university has one of the largest student populations in the state at over 48,000, 39% of whom are enrolled fully online. It has a 30% Hispanic student enrollment.

      UT-Arlington has over 30 online bachelor's degree, master's degree, doctoral, and certificate programs. Its options include numerous MBA and MSN tracks.

      UT-Arlington's core values include access and success, opportunity and excellence, and inclusiveness and diversity. The university is committed to serving the needs of a diverse student population, making education accessible, and dreams attainable to all.

      Additionally, the university is recognized as a military friendly school.

      90% of UT-Arlington students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $7,339. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UTA’s full list of online degrees!
    5. Angelo State University

      San Angelo, TX

      Score

      79

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment10,568 (14% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs39
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$7,637 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online College #4 Most Affordable Texas Online College#4 Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Angelo State University is the #4 Most Affordable Online College in Texas, the #4 Best Value Online College in Texas and a Top Texas Online College!

      Angelo State University is a public university established in 1928. It has over 10,000 students enrolled, 14% of whom are enrolled fully online. Hispanic students make up 43% of the student population. ASU is part of the Texas Tech University System.

      ASU offers more than 30 online master's degree and certificate programs. Its master's degree options cover business and finance, nursing and health care, education and teaching, psychology and counseling, and criminal justice and law.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, ASU is a military friendly school. The university's mission is to provide accessible education to a diverse student population, in preparation to be the leaders of the next generation.

      94% of ASU students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $6,519. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See ASU’s full list of online degrees!
    6. Houston Baptist University

      Houston, TX

      Score

      78

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment3,741 (19% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs36
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$33,450 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Houston Baptist University is a Top Texas Online College!

      Houston Baptist University is a private, Baptist institution established in 1960. It has a student population of over 3,700, 19% of whom are enrolled fully online. Hispanic students make up 37% of the total student population.

      HBU offers more than 30 online degree programs at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. Its 23 master's degree programs include five MBA tracks, two MEd tracks, two MSN tracks, and five options in counseling. Educators have two EdD options to choose from in executive educational leadership, or mental health and human services.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, HBU is a military friendly school.

      100% of HBU students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See HBU’s full list of online degrees!
    7. University of the Incarnate Word

      San Antonio, TX

      Score

      76

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment8,175 (19% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs32
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$32,576 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of the Incarnate Word ranks among the Best Online Colleges in Texas!

      Established in 1881, the University of the Incarnate Word is a private, Roman Catholic University with over 8,000 students enrolled. 19% of the student population is enrolled fully online, and 57% of the student population is Hispanic.

      UIW offers more than 30 fully online degrees at all levels, including 12 online master's degree programs. Many of its programs are in business administration, with eight bachelor's and five master's tracks. Its offerings also include a single doctor of business administration program.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, the University of the Incarnate Word is also a military friendly school. UIW believes in serving a community of students of diverse backgrounds toward a mutual understanding and a common good.

      99% of students at UIW receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See UIW’s full list of online degrees!
    8. Saint Edward's University

      Austin, TX

      Score

      75

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment3,976 (3% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs2
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$47,440 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Saint Edward's University is a private, Roman Catholic university established in 1877. It has around 4,00 students enrolled, 3% of whom are enrolled fully online. Hispanic students make up 46% of the total student population.

      Saint Edward's University offers two fully online degree programs. Students may select from an MS in digital marketing and analytics, or an EdD in leadership in higher education.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, Saint Edward's University is a military friendly school.

      97% of Saint Edward's students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See SEU’s full list of online degrees!
    9. St. Mary's University

      San Antonio, TX

      St. Mary's University’s school logo

      Score

      75

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment3,513 (0% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs13
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$32,140 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      St. Mary's University is a private Roman Catholic university established in 1852. It has a student population of over 3,500. Hispanic students comprise 68% of the school's population.

      St. Mary's University offers 13 online master's degree and certificate programs. Its master's degree options include six master of laws (LLM) tracks, in business and entrepreneurship law, commercial law, compliance business law and risk, education law, health care compliance law, and natural resource law.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, St. Mary's University is also a military friendly school.

      100% of St. Mary's University students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See SMU’s full list of online degrees!
    10. University of Texas at San Antonio

      San Antonio, TX

      Score

      74

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment32,594 (3% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs2
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$8,262 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See UTSA’s full list of online degrees!
    11. Concordia University Texas

      Austin, TX

      Score

      73

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment2,518 (28% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs15
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$32,860 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Concordia University Texas ranks among the Best Online Colleges in Texas!

      Concordia University Texas is a private Lutheran liberal arts school established in 1926. It has a total student enrollment of over 2,500, 28% of whom are enrolled fully online. Hispanic students comprise 35% of the university's student population. It is part of the Concordia University System.

      Concordia University Texas offers 15 online degree programs at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. Its offerings include five MEd tracks in advanced literacy education, coaching and sports administration, educational administration, instructional leadership, and special education, as well as an EdD in educational administration.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, Concordia University Texas is also a military friendly school.

      100% of Concordia University Texas students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See CUT’s full list of online degrees!
    12. University of Texas at El Paso

      El Paso, TX

      University of Texas at El Paso’s school logo

      Score

      73

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment25,177 (9% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs20
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$9,161 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online College A Most Affordable Texas Online College A Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of Texas at El Paso ranks among the Best Online Colleges in Texas, the Best Value Online Colleges in Texas and the Most Affordable Online Colleges in Texas!

      Established in 1914, the University of Texas at El Paso is a public research university with over 25,000 students enrolled. 9% of its student population is enrolled fully online, and 85% of its student population is Hispanic. El Paso is part of the University of Texas System.

      UT-El Paso offers 20 online bachelor's degree, master's degree, and certificate programs. Its offerings include two MEd and three MSN tracks, for educators and nursing professionals, respectively.

      Also, UT-El Paso is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as displaying very high research activity.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, UT-El Paso is a military friendly school. Central to the university's mission statement is a commitment to providing accessible, high-quality education to the diverse community it serves.

      86% of UT-El Paso students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $6,979. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UTEP’s full list of online degrees!
    13. Southwestern Adventist University

      Keene, TX

      Score

      72

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment687 (6% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs18
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$22,188 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      A Most Affordable Texas Online College A Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      Southwestern Adventist University is ranked among the Best Online Colleges in Texas and the Most Affordable Online Colleges in Texas!

      Southwestern Adventist University is a private university affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. It has a small student enrollment of around 700, with 6% enrolled fully online. Hispanic students make up 45% of the student population.

      SAU offers 18 online associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees, in areas including business and finance, education and teaching, psychology and counseling, and liberal arts and humanities. Highlights include seven bachelor's in business administration tracks, and an MA in children and family ministry.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, Southwestern Adventist University is a military friendly school.

      100% of SAU students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See SAU’s full list of online degrees!
    14. Our Lady of the Lake University

      San Antonio, TX

      Score

      71

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment2,974 (33% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs8
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$29,218 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See OLLU’s full list of online degrees!
    15. University of Houston–Downtown

      Houston, TX

      Score

      71

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment14,640 (20% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs19
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$6,788 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #3 Most Affordable Texas Online College#10 Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of Houston – Downtown is ranked the #3 Most Affordable Online College in Texas and is the #10 Best Value Online Colleges in Texas!

      The University of Houston – Downtown is a public university and part of the University of Houston System. It was established in 1974 and has around 14,500 students enrolled. 20% of the student population is enrolled fully online, and 51% is Hispanic.

      UHD offers 16 fully online bachelor's and master's degree programs. These offerings include eight bachelor's in business administration tracks, and two MS in security management options in traditional security or cybersecurity.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, UHD is also a military friendly school. Central to the university's mission statement is a commitment to offering world-class education to a diverse student population.

      83% of UHD students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $5,454. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UHD’s full list of online degrees!
    16. Texas Wesleyan University

      Fort Worth, TX

      Score

      70

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment2,276 (7% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs11
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$31,816 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See TWU’s full list of online degrees!
    17. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

      Edinburg, TX

      Score

      68

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment29,113 (9% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs41
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$8,132 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      UTRGV is a public research university established in 2013. It has over 29,000 students enrolled, 9% of whom are enrolled fully online. 92% of the UTRGV student population is Hispanic. It is part of the University of Texas System.

      Graduate students at UTRGV may choose from more than 20 online master's degree programs. Among its programs is a unique online Maestru00eda en Administraciu00f3n de Empresas – MBA en Espau00f1ol; an MBA program offered entirely in Spanish.

      The university stresses diversity, access, and inclusion among its core values. It is committed to making quality higher education available to students of all backgrounds.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, UTRGV is a first-generation friendly school.

      90% of UTRGV students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $7,866. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UTRGV’s full list of online degrees!
    18. University of St. Thomas

      Houston, TX

      Score

      67

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment3,448 (12% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusAsian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution, Hispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs6
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$31,460 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolAsian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving InstitutionHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of St. Thomas is a private, Roman Catholic university established in 1947. It has over 3,400 students enrolled, 12% of whom are enrolled fully online. 46% of the St. Thomas student population is Hispanic.

      St. Thomas offers six fully online master's of education programs, with tracks in counselor education, educational leadership, special education, dual language instruction, curriculum and instruction, and generalist.

      In addition to being a Hispanic-Serving Institution, the University of St. Thomas is also an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution and a military friendly school.

      96% of St. Thomas students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship.

      See UST’s full list of online degrees!
    19. University of Texas of the Permian Basin

      Odessa, TX

      Score

      63

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment5,283 (46% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs19
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$6,666 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #1 Most Affordable Texas Online CollegeA Best Value Texas Online College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      The University of Texas of the Permian Basin ranked the #1 Most Affordable Online College in Texas, and is ranked a Best Value Online College in Texas!

      The University of Texas of the Permian Basin is a public university established in 1973. It has over 5,000 students enrolled, the majority of which, 46% are enrolled fully online. 51% of the student population is Hispanic.

      UTPB offers nearly 20 online degree programs at the bachelor's and master's levels. Its seven online master's degree programs include two online MBA tracks, a master's in public administration, and an MA in bilingual/ESL education.

      91% of UTPB students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship, averaging $5,390. The university offers a tuition guarantee, so your cost of tuition will never increase while you are enrolled.

      See UTPB’s full list of online degrees!
    20. McMurry University

      Abilene, TX

      Score

      61

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment1,175 (6% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePrivate Non-Profit
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs4
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$28,099 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See MMU’s full list of online degrees!
    21. Lone Star College System

      The Woodlands, TX

      Score

      51*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment74,300 (16% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs19
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$4,244 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #4 Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See LSCS’s full list of online degrees!
    22. Alvin Community College

      Alvin, TX

      Alvin Community College’s school logo

      Score

      50*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment5,797 (5% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs4
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$2,786 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #6 Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See ACC’s full list of online degrees!
    23. Cedar Valley College

      Lancaster, TX

      Score

      50*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment8,786 (9% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution, Predominantly Black Institution
      Number of Online Programs22
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$3,330 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #7 Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving InstitutionPredominantly Black Institution

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    24. Del Mar College

      Corpus Christi, TX

      Score

      50*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment12,008 (18% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs7
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$4,275 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #8 Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolMilitary Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See DMC’s full list of online degrees!
    25. Coastal Bend College

      Beeville, TX

      Coastal Bend College’s school logo

      Score

      48*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment2,189 (42% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs2
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$4,493 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      #10 Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      First-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

      See CBC’s full list of online degrees!
    26. Austin Community College District

      Austin, TX

      Austin Community College District’s school logo

      Score

      41*

      TX Relative Cost

      Key FactsAnswers
      Total Enrollment41,056 (12% fully online)
      Public or PrivatePublic
      USDE Special Government StatusHispanic-Serving Institution
      Number of Online Programs23
      AccreditationRegional: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
      Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$10,830 per year
      Net Cost by Income
      Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

      TexasOnlineColleges.com Awards

      Top Texas Online Community College
      Experienced Online School
      Disability Friendly SchoolFirst-Generation Student Friendly SchoolHispanic-Serving Institution

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