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Ranger College

Ranger College is a community college located in Ranger, Texas, a small town 90 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas. The college's website asserts that it "is one of the oldest public two-year colleges in continuous operation in the state of Texas."

Location

Address
1100 College Circle
City
Ranger
State
TX
Zip/Post Code
76470

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
1893
In State Tuition Fees
2580
Out State Tuition Fees
3540
Male Female Ratio
43:57
Acceptance Rate
100%
Student Faculty Ratio
22:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
Yes
Mascot
Rangers
Colors
White Purple
Conference
Region 5

College History

History

The school opened on September 13, 1926 with 30 students. The State Department of Education recognized it on March 23, 1927. Ranger College was a governed by the public school system until August 18, 1950, when the Board of Education separated junior colleges. The school thereafter has been governed independently by a Board of Regents and its own presidents, of which Dr. G. C. Boswell was the first. In 2010, Ranger College opened campuses in Early, Texas and Stephenville, Texas. Ranger College is accredited as a degree-granting institution by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

College Specialty

Specialty

"To provide teaching and learning opportunities through academics, developmental education, workforce programs, and continuing education, empowering individuals to become responsible members of the local and global community.

Campus

Campus

Rural, 50 acres

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