Located in Georgetown, Texas, Southwestern University is a private institution and the oldest university in Texas. Southwestern's mission is to prepare a new generation to contribute to a changing society and to prosper in their jobs, whatever and wherever in the world they may be.
Located 30 miles northeast of Austin, Texas.
Southwestern has about 1,500 undergraduate students.
Over 35 concentrations available.
12:1 student to faculty ratio.
Acceptance rate is 49%.
More than three-quarters of all students live in residential campus housing and everyone has access to a fleet of Pirate Bikes, a ride share program used to get around campus in a quick and environmetally friendly way.
With approximately 100 student organizations from scholastic and honorary societies to student government, sororities and fraternities, special-interest groups, and departmental organizations, Southwestern students stay busy.
One-third of the student population is involved in greek life.
Southwestern has its own "100-acre wood," also known as the academic campus, where students enjoy everything from playing ultimate frisbee to studying on the academic mall; getting their hands dirty in the community garden to swimming laps, shooting hoops, or lifting weights in the recreation center; performing in one of two live-performance theaters to star gazing at the on-campus observatory.
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