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Tuskegee University National Athletic Association (TUNAA)

P.O. Box 826
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama  36087
Email: TuskegeeNationalAthletics@gmail.com

The Tuskegee University National Athletic Association (TUNAA) is the University sanctioned booster organization. It was organized in the Fall of 1985 with the mission of assisting the University with its athletics program. TUNAA is charged with fundraising for and considering proposals from and for the Athletics Department to ensure that all sports receive proper consideration and support. It is charged with promoting high academic and social standards for student-athletes at the University as well.

Brick sidewalk in front of Logan Hall - Athletic Walkway ProjectTUNAA Executive Board

  • Guy Harrison III, Chairman
  • Palmer Sullins, Jr., 1st Vice Chairman (Membership)
  • Dr. Sidney Brown, 2nd Vice Chairman (Fundraising)
  • Houston F. Ford, III, Treasurer
  • Evette Harris, Secretary
  • Amelia Peterson, Recording Secretary
  • Ouida Hampton-Taylor, Parliamentarian
  • James Arrington, Executive Director
  • Pete Berry, Member-at-Large
  • Roosevelt Mosley, Member-at-Large
  • Jocelyn Faniel-Heard, Member-at-Large
  • Lorenzo Ogden, Member-at-Large
  • Gregory Hall, Member-at-Large

Ex Officio Members

Kymberly Holland
Director of Alumni Affairs
Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
Tuskegee University
Tuskegee, AL 36088
334-727-8342     

Willie Slater
Director of Athletics
Logan Hall, 2nd floor
Tuskegee University
Tuskegee, AL 36088
334-724-4545


Become a Member

Membership in TUNAA is available on an individual basis to alumni and friends interested in supporting the athletics program at Tuskegee University. To become a member, please complete the Membership Application.   

Tuskegee University Athletics logo (TU golden tiger)
www.GoldenTigerSports.com

PRESIDENT’S CLUB ($1,000 and above)

  • Membership Pin and Decal
  • Mail order privileges for reserved seats and season tickets where applicable
  • Two complimentary tickets to all home football and basketball games.

COACH’S CLUB ($500 to $999)

  • Membership Pin and Decal
  • Mail order privileges for reserved seats and season tickets where applicable
  • Complimentary tickets to two (2) home football and three (3) basketball games

CENTURY CLUB ($100 to $499)

  • Membership Pin and Decal
  • Mail order privileges for reserved seats and season tickets where applicable
  • Complimentary tickets to one (1) home football and two (2) basketball games


FAQs

Q. What are the goals of TUNAA?
A. To provide support in attracting high caliber student-athletes; to make selective, financial and resource investments to the University’s athletics program; to give primacy to developing an outstanding intercollegiate athletics program at TU; review, evaluate, recommend and support fund raising activities and programs to advance the athletics program; and to provide assistance and leadership in meeting the goals of the athletics program.

Q. What is the Special Athletics Fund?
A. This is a restricted account to support the intercollegiate athletics program. Gifts to the fund may be for scholarships, operating expenses, capital improvements, books, or undesignated.

Q. Does the Special Athletic Fund provide for emergency needs?
A. No it does not. A standing executive committee comprised of both Association and University officials will meet periodically to consider the most important long term needs of each of the varsity sports.

Q. What other support can the community offer the program?
A. Some supporters may prefer to provide goods and services. These types of gifts may take the form of items that can provide a savings to the athletics budget, such as food, printing, advertising, athletics equipment and supplies.

Q. What are the varsity sports at Tuskegee?
A. Baseball, Basketball (M/W), Cross Country (M/W), Football, Softball, Tennis (M/W), Track and Field (M/W), and Volleyball. For more information go to the Athletics website,  GoldenTigerSports.com.

Q. Why are financial contributions important?
A. Contributions help in providing an enriching opportunity for both men’s and women’s athletics programs.