Off-Campus Locations

The University of Texas offers selected courses and degree programs at the Longview University Center, the UT Tyler Palestine Campus and the Houston Engineering Center.

Longview University Center

The University of Texas at Tyler Longview University Center is located at 3201 N. Eastman Road, Longview, Texas 75605. Nursing has traditionally been the Center’s largest program with the bachelor of science in nursing curriculum offered on the campus. Students may also take upper division coursework required for the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology program at the Longview University Center. For additional information call 903-663-8100, go online to, or visit the UT Tyler Longview University Center Facebook page.

Palestine Campus

The University of Texas at Tyler, Palestine Campus originated in 1995 and is located at 100 University Boulevard, Palestine, Texas 75803. The Palestine BSN Nursing program allows students to learn from expert on-site faculty and interactive online content. For additional information call 903-727-2300, visit on-line or visit the UT Tyler Palestine Campus Facebook page.

Houston Engineering Center

The University of Texas at Tyler Houston Engineering Center is located in the heart of the West Houston Energy Corridor at 2811 Hayes Road, Houston TX 77082, on the Houston Community College Alief Campus. Upper division coursework leading to bachelor’s degrees from UT Tyler in civil, electrical, mechanical engineering, and construction management is available through study at the center.

University Academy

The University Academy is a K-12 open-enrollment, tuition-free, public charter school. It is regulated by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). The University Academy serves as a laboratory and demonstration site for the College of Education and Psychology. The Academy has campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine. The charter utilizes a Project Based Learning (PBL) and Problem Based Learning (PrBL) model to develop students with 21st Century skills who are university-ready upon graduation. The University Academy follows the T-STEM Academy Blueprint and is a demonstration site for Project Lead the Way (PLTW).  The schools have developed multiple STEM Pathways which all students follow, preparing them for rigorous coursework in STEM majors at the university level and ultimately, STEM related careers.