3020 Lubbock Ave.
Fort Worth Tx, 76109
The College is located in the university district of Fort Worth, near the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, the fourth largest concentration of population in the United States. Fort Worth is known for its music and museums, especially for the Kimbell and Amon Carter museums and for the Bass Hall and the Van Cliburn Competition. Fort Worth, often featured as a city in which good living is easy, is a microcosm of North American culture, having all the blessings and few of the difficulties of urban living. The Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is the second busiest in the world. The kind of learning the College encourages has relevance for contemporary life, and that relevance will for most members of the College be found in the city.