United States Department of Education
TXUT is NOT accredited by the United States Department of Education Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) approved accrediting agency.

Texas Department of Education
TXUT is exempt from licensure and the jurisdiction or purview of the commission pursuant to Texas Education Code, Section 132.002 (a)(2) as a state-authorized (rather than regionally accredited) theological institution.

Florida Department of Education
TXUT is authorized to operate and grant degrees by the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education, under Florida Statute 1005.06(1)(f). Its purpose is to prepare students for religious vocations as ministers, and laypersons in the category of theology.

Vision International Training & Education Network
TXUT is a member of Vision International Training & Education Network (VITEN). VITEN, with administrative headquarters in Ramona, CA, offers academic degree programs designed to prepare men and women for professional service in Christian Ministry around the world.

International Association of Bible Colleges & Seminaries
As a member of VITEN, TXUT  is a recognized member of the International Association of Bible Colleges & Seminaries (IABCS)

Academic Council for Educational Accountability
As a member of VITEN, TXUT  is a recognized member of the Apostolic Council for Educational Accountability (ACEA), Colorado Springs, CO.

International Association of Christian Counseling Professionals
As a member of VITEN, TXUT  is a recognized member of the IACCP. Dr. John and Dr. Iris Delgado, Hispanic Directors of IACCP, certified Christian Counselors in Dallas Texas.

American Chaplains Association
TXUT is a member of the the American Chaplains Association. The ACA is a national organization of multifaceted chaplains who aim to promote cooperative ministry in order to advance and safeguard the religious rights and spiritual welfare of all personnel whom chaplains are called to serve.

The studies offered by Texas University of Theology are not in competition with the secular field of training or employment.

Texas University of Theology was established to train men and women of God and equip them with
the tools necessary to be mature, productive, and functioning parts of the local Body of Christ.

Texas University of Theology is a non-profit corporation located in the state of TX.
TXUT is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501c3 of the US Internal Revenue Code.

Texas University of Theology admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities, generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions policies, or other administrated programs.