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For the past 25 years Texas Southern University has been a joke. The school has no real admission standards (no ACT or SAT required for entry), its administrators are constantly caught up in verifiable scandal, and the school is constantly in financial trouble. The article below id further evidence of this. The alumni who have gone on to succeed after graduation have probably done so IN SPITE OF, rather than because of the value of a Texas Southern University Degree. Barbara Jordan would be outraged and probably hanging her head low right now. I challenge all TSU alumni, administrators, f
Hi all, I'm thinking about returning to Houston after 10 years in NYC. I'd like to leave my current career and get my MUP. The only accredited school in Houston appears to be TSU. Does anyone know anything about this program? I'm aware of TSU's less than stellar reputation, but since this is the only program in Houston, does it hold some weight? Additionally, is there anyone who has a graduate degree from another school in Houston that is now practicing Urban Planning? Any insight is appreciated.
I have wondered for years what were the origins of the immediate TSU area. My question is concerning the nieghborhoods not the campus per say. Maybe someone that is knowledgable of Houston history can divulge? I have noticed when driving around there for many years that the boulevards are wide and the homes are mostly 2 story brick situated on nice steep little hills. (Hill to me because most of Houston is flat) I thought I read somewhere in a chron story or book that in the 1930's & 40's it was mosly wealthy Jewish families that were barred from living in River Oaks. Yes, they had their