Colors: Maroon & Gold
Midwestern State University is the only university in Texas to become a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). The Council champions the cause of liberal arts education of superior quality in the public sector.
- Enrollment: 5,916
- Undergraduate: 5,238
- Graduate: 678
- Men: 2,455 (42%)
- Women: 3,461 (58%)
MSU students represent 42 states and 45 foreign countries.
- American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.9%
- Asian 3.1%
- Black 12.2%
- Hispanic 12.3%
- Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.3%
- Nonresident Alien 7.8%
- White 60.5%
- Two or More Races 2.0%
- Unknown 1.0%
- More than 100 student organizations
- 14 nationally affiliated fraternities and sororities
- Intramural sports
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/students
More than 1,350 students live in 6 residential halls: three traditional-style complexes and three apartment complexes.
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/housing.
- Undergraduate programs: 45
- Graduate programs: 28
- Full-time faculty: 229
- Student/Faculty ratio: 17:1
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/academics.
Midwestern State University participates in the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference
- Cross Country
Learn more by visiting www.msumustangs.com.
Tuition & Fees (Texas resident/15 hrs.) $3,627
Course Fees (estimated) $300
Books (estimated) $750
Room & Board $3,225
Vehicle Registration $50
Total per semester (estimated) $7,952
In 2011-12, approximately 70% of the MSU population received $48.9 million in some form of financial aid assistance.
Mustangs Guarantee Program
Beginning freshmen and undergraduate transfer students new to MSU who have not already received a degree, are Texas residents, Pell Grant eligible, and whose family's combined annual income is $50,000 or less are guaranteed that any remaining balance of tuition and mandatory frees not covered by grants, scholarships, exemptions, benefits, and/or waiver programs will be paid by the university.
Visit www.mwsu.edu/finaid for more information.