Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama, is a historically black university of academic excellence and innovation. Tuskegee distinguishes itself by offering programs of study not found at any other historically black university. Tuskegee also graduates a majority of the nation’s successful African American scientists and engineers.
Tuskegee’s programs of study are offered through several distinctive colleges. These include the colleges of:
- Architecture and Construction Science
- Arts and Sciences
- Business and Information Science
Tuskegee is also one of the only African American institutions that offers a degree in veterinary science. Consequently, the majority of the world’s African American veterinarians graduated from Tuskegee.
Tuskegee also produces many of the nation’s aerospace, chemical and electrical engineers.
While Tuskegee is historically black, the school welcomes students of all backgrounds.
Required admissions materials include an application, which applicants can download from the website, transcripts and ACT or SAT scores.
Tuskegee awards several competitive, academic scholarships. Tuskegee awards these to students with an exceptional GPA and test scores. Tuskegee students may also apply for federal financial aid. Federal aid is given on the basis of financial need and includes grants and loans. To apply for federal aid, applicants must submit a FAFSA.
Quick Facts about Tuskegee University
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
Golden Tigers, Tigerettes
On-Campus Housing Available
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