Tarrant County College District

Fort Worth, Texas

Tarrant County College District Racial Demographics & Diversity

Race
Percent of Students
White
%
Black
%
Hispanic
%
Asian
%

When you're considering what college to attend, it's helpful to know about the racial diversity of the school. The more diverse a school is, the more perspectives you'll be open to experiencing throughout your tenure as a student, which will enhance your personal growth as a student.

At Tarrant County College District, 35% of students are white. This means that the majority of the school's population is not white. A total of 65% of students are from minority groups or are students of color. Of those, 17% of students are black, 35% of students are hispanic, 7% of students are Asian.

Tarrant County College District Gender Demographics & Diversity

Gender
Percent of Students
Number of Students
Men
%
Women
%

Tarrant County College District has a good gender balance. 41% of students at the school are men and 59% of students are women. The US average gender split is weighed 56% toward female students. This means that Tarrant County College District has a relatively similar gender diversity balance to other US schools.

Tarrant County College District Geographic Diversity

Origin
Percent of Students
In-State
%
Out-of-State
%
Unknown
%

Most students who attend Tarrant County College District come from in-state. A total of 95% of all the students reside in the state of Texas. 1% of Tarrant County College District's students come from out of state.

Tarrant County College District Undergraduate Student Population

Students Over 25 Years Old
Part-Time Undergraduates
Full-Time Undergraduates

Tarrant County College District has a vibrant undergraduate student population. In total, 15,287 students at Tarrant County College District are over 25 years old. This means that not only will you be studying with young students. You'll be able to work with people who are older than the typical student throughout your studies.

Of all the undergraduate students enrolled a Tarrant County College District, 37,121 of them are part-time students and the other 13,979 are full-time students. Being a part-time student is a good option for learners who are already on their way to becoming financially dependent. Part-time studying is also ideal for people who have already started in their careers. What’s more, studying part-time is good for people who have other responsibilities such as family to manage.

Tarrant County College District Profile

Student Age
Under 18%
18-24%
25-64%

Tarrant County College District has rich diversity in terms of undergraduate student age and income levels.

Of all the 51,100 students enrolled in Tarrant County College District, 18% are under 18, 52% are between the ages of 18 and 24, 30% are between 25 and 64. This means that you'll be surrounded by people of all ages if you choose to study at Tarrant County College District. This also has a significant impact on your personal growth as a student.

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