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Colleges and Universities in Smith County, Texas


Tyler Junior College

1400 East Fifth Street Tyler, TX 75701, 903.510.2200

Since 1926, Tyler Junior College has been  providing to its students in the Tyler area a quality education, a vibrant student life and an excellent foundation for further educational and professional development.

University of Texas at Tyler

3900 University Blvd., Tyler, TX 75799  903.566.7000

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A member of the renowned University of Texas System, The University of Texas at Tyler carries a proud tradition of high quality students and academic opportunities. UT Tyler offers bachelor's and master's degrees.


Texas College

 2404 N. Grand Avenue Tyler, TX 75702 903.593.8311


Established in 1894, Texas College, a liberal arts institution has a historic mission and legacy of providing educational opportunities, academic services, and career choices for thousands of African American youth from throughout Texas, the nation, and internationally.


Other Texas Colleges and Universities:

Abilene Christian University Abilene   

Angelina  College  Lufkin    

Angelo State University San Angelo

Baylor University Waco

Blinn College Brenham  

Jacksonville College  Jacksonville

McLennan Community College Waco

Navarro College  Coriscana

Prairie View A&M University Prairie View

Rice University Houston

Sam Houston State University Huntsville

Southern Methodist University Dallas

Stephen F. Austin State University Nacogdoches

Sul Ross State University

Texas Christian University Fort Worth

Texas State Technical College Waco

Texas Woman's University Denton

Trinity Valley Community College Athens

Texas A&M University College Station

Texas Tech University Lubbock

University of Dallas Dallas

University of Houston Houston

University of North Texas  Denton

University of Texas at Arlington

University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas At Dallas

University of Texas at El Paso

Wylie College Marshall

People that have graduated from college earn an average of 98% more income than people who did not complete college. People who have completed a master's degree earn 170% more. This gap is widening. (Source: US Department of Commerce)



 Revised: February 05, 2018