3100 Cleburne Ave, Houston Texas 77004
Texas Southern University is a state supported institution and one of two comprehensive Black institutions of higher learning in the world. It was established by the Texas Legislature in 1947. This authorized the University to offer programs in a number of areas, including pharmacy, dentistry, arts and sciences, jounalism, education, literature, law, medicine and other professional courses. To construct a new University, the State of Texas acquired the physical plant of the Houston College for Negros and the four-year institution was officially changed to Texas Southern University.
Located near the heart of downtown Houston, the University has grown from one permanent building and several temporary structures in 1947 to 44 buildings on a campus that sits on 145 acres.
Campus tours are available through the admissions office.
Other Education nearby:
(Humble) Atascocita Dance Center
(Houston) Celebration Station
(Houston) Oil Ranch
(Prairie View) Prairie View A&M University
(Houston) Rice University
(Galveston) Texas A&M University at Galveston
05/13 Coming to The Houston area
Pearland Crawfish Festival Pearland TX April5-7 Great crawfish, food, music, and fun.
Great Texas Mosquito Festival Clute TX July25-27 Many booths with a variety of foods, along with arts and crafts and more. The carnival provides three days of fun for children and adults.
Houston Hot Sauce Festival Houston TX September21-22 The Houston Hot Sauce Festival, conducted in September, showcases everything from sauce, salsa and spices to jams, jellies and pickles. The festival also features cooking demonstrations and on stage entertainment.
Texas Rice Festival Winnie TX October2-6 Bar-B-Que Cook-off Weekend,
Horseshoe & Washer Pitching Tournaments,
Rice Run 5k & Kids Fun Run,
Queen’s Coronation & Street Dance
Houston Italian Festival Houston TX October10-13 Fiesta Italiana! Bringing Italian culture to life.
Texas Renaissance Festival Plantersville TX October12-December1 Men and women decked out in the latest in 16th century Renaissance garb, jousting, juggling, dancing and feasting at the King's banquet hall.