Life in the Hill Country
Only 15 miles west of Seguin, New Braunfels is an ideal destination for TLU students.
New Braunfels is a unique mix of small-town charm and expanding growth. From floating the rivers and enjoying famous hometown eateries to Schlitterbahn and Gruene Hall – the oldest dance hall in Texas, New Braunfels has something for everyone.
Wurstfest has become one of the most beloved traditions not only in New Braunfels, but throughout Texas. Annually, over 100,000 people visit the 10-day celebration rich in German culture, hosting a variety of entertainment, delicious food and fun on the Wurstfest Grounds in Landa Park.
San Antonio is the third fastest-growing city in America and was named as one of America’s favorite cities by Travel + Leisure magazine.
Just a short drive down Interstate 35 is the city of San Antonio. The nation’s seventh largest city is a hub of culture, great food, nightlife and shopping. Students can take a road trip to the River Walk, visit the Alamo, enjoy a Spurs game at the AT&T Center, spend a day at Six Flags Fiesta Texas or Sea World, shop at The Rim, or visit one of the city’s many museums or parks.
Austin is the live music capital of the world & home to 250 music venues, including Austin City Limits.
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Professor Bill Squires Receives the 2013 Texas Health Champion Award