Employment journal names Tuskegee among top 25 universities for black students


TUSKEGEE, Ala. (August 11, 2011) — Tuskegee University was ranked among the “Top 25 Colleges and Universities for African-Americans” by Black E.O.E. Journal in October 2010. The publication “provides information to African-Americans about employment opportunities, career training programs, and higher education scholarships and grants.” Joining Tuskegee on the list are: Alcorn State University; Bennett College; Claflin University; Clark Atlanta University; Delaware State University; Dillard University; Elizabeth City State University; Fisk University; Florida A&M University; Fort Valley State University; Hampton University; Howard University; Jackson State University; Johnson C. Smith University; Morehouse College; Morgan State University; North Carolina A&T State University; South Carolina State University; Spelman College; Tennessee State University; Tougaloo College; Webster University; Winston-Salem State University; and Xavier University of Louisiana.


American Registry added the institution to its “Registry of Business Excellence.” The registry recognizes over 2 million significant business and individual professionals.

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