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Education

Nacogdoches is home to Stephen F. Austin State University. Since 1923, SFA has been producing graduates with a diverse selection of skill-sets. SFASU offers more than 120 areas of study.

The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture is nationally recognized, and houses one of only two schools of forestry in the State of Texas (and the only forestry college in the timber-producing East Texas region). The Forestry program is #2 in Texas.

In addition to the main campus which is located on 430 acres, the university maintains a 642-acre (2.60 km2) agricultural research center for beef, poultry, and swine production and an equine center; an observatory for astronomy research, a 1,072-hectare (approximately 2,649-acre) experimental forest in southwestern Nacogdoches County and a 25.3-acre (102,000 m2) forestry field station on the Sam Rayburn Resevoir.

It is also the home of the National Center for Pharmaceutical Crops, which in 2011 discovered a potential cancer-fighting agent from the extract of giant salvinia, one of the world's most notorious invasive species.

Higher Education

Higher Education Institutions Serving Nacogdoches County
4-Year & Post Graduate Institution Location Founded Enrollment
Stephen F. Austin State University Nacogdoches 1923 12,614
2-Year Institutions & Technical Schools Location Founded Enrollment
Angelina College Lufkin 1968 5,160
Panola College Carthage 1947 2,675
Nacogdoches County Career & Technical Center  Nacogdoches 2012  

Public Schools

Woden ISD

Public Secondary Schools

Regents Academy 

Christ Episcopal School 

Fredonia Hill Baptist Academy

Nacogdoches Christian Academy