East Texas Baptist University
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The main campus consists of approximately 250 acres and more than 80 buildings. The University Farm consists of 545 acres of land located near the campus.
Most of Texas A&M-Kingsville's approximately 8,300 students come from South Texas, but there is wide diversity in the population, with students from more than 35 states and more than 43 countries. The student body is split almost equally between men (53 percent) and women (47 percent). Eighty-two percent of students are undergraduates. Ethnically, the campus reflects the demographics of the area, with 62 percent of the students Hispanic, 27 percent white, and five percent African American. About six percent are international students.
The University is located in historic Kingsville, a friendly, safe city of 25,000 that is the home of the legendary King Ranch. Corpus Christi and its beaches are just 40 miles to the northeast, and the border with Mexico is 120 miles to the south at Brownsville or 119 miles to the west at Laredo.