STEM Premier Student Accounts: 20,000
Male/Female User Split: Male - 41%, Female - 59%
College - 92%
Technical or Community College - 5%
Workforce/Military - 3%
Top High School Representation:
Manvel High School (Manvel)
Ball High School (Galveston)
Brazoswood High School (Clute)
Bel Air High School (El Paso)
DeBakey High School for Health Professions (Houston)
Top Career Interests:
Top In-State College Interests:
University of Texas
Texas A&M University
University of Houston
Top Out-of-State College Interests:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of California - Berkeley
Johns Hopkins University
Number of Post-Secondary Student Users: 700
The last time we checked in with the Lone Star State, it had just over 3,000 student users. That number has since grown seven-fold to over 20,000! Texas also boasts nine of the 2018 STEM Premier Top 100!
Female student profiles in Texas outnumber males 59% to 41%, which continues to be encouraging news for a range of professions and industries historically considered to be dominated by men; healthcare and engineering are two of the state’s most popular career interests. In fact, nearly 1,700 female students in Texas are members of HOSA - Future Health Professionals.
But some of the most exciting news about Texas is the diversity of our student population. Nearly 10% of student users identify as first-generation students, and it is one of the only states where minority users (Hispanic/Latino) comprise the largest proportion of our users!