Two Tuskegee University students selected to receive McDonald’s scholarship
Tuskegee University students place in top three after presenting their best ideas for improving HBCU campuses and communities at the THINK BIG NOW pitch competition
The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine hosts symposium on health security.
The Center led by Atty. Crystal James and Dr. Clayton Yates will help address COVID-19 health disparities in rural black belt counties of Alabama.
TU Global Office is gearing up for its “Shaping the future, Women in International Affairs,” panel discussion with prominent women in political positions.
TU College of Veterinary Medicine receives the “American Humane Scholars Fund,” an inaugural grant of $40,000
Retired NBA Basketball Star and Hall of Famer, Charles Barkley, announced that he was choosing Tuskegee University for his next big donation to an HBCU.
Sophomore architecture major Nino Chambers is putting his creativity on display in the classroom, on campus and through his entrepreneurial spirit.
The National Voter Mobilization Campaign highlights that social justice is a core principle of social work
Dr. Charlotte P. Morris to serve as interim president of Tuskegee University during the absence of Dr. Lily D. McNair
Former radio host of the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show will serve as virtual homecoming grand marshal
In addition to recruiting cohorts of students for Tuskegee, the Terrell’s have advised a myriad of students on the transition from high school to college.
Tuskegee University College of Arts and Sciences pre-health students benefit from a 1971 alumnus
Dr. Ruby L. Perry named the Zoetis Champion of Diversity during virtual symposium
Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine awarded $1.48 million for breast cancer research
Tuskegee University added to list of HBCUs to benefit from a $25 million donation from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Tuskegee students benefit from new accelerated J.D. program with Samford’s Cumberland Law School.
Tuskegee University’s Global Office hosts bi-annual Global Education Fair this fall.
Improved Student Retention and Alumni Giving Cited as TU’s Ranking Improves from 2020’s Report
Tuskegee University Cooperative Extension Program prepares to host virtually the 24th annual Booker T. Washington Economic Development Summit
Tuskegee University undergraduate participates in internship with Coca-Cola UNITED
College of Veterinary Medicine students benefit from a scholarship program
TU Archives received special plaque commemorating its outstanding contribution to Alabama’s recent bicentennial celebration.
After 130 years, nineteen land-grant member universities, including Tuskegee University
TU received $25,000 gift from Leon Richardson, chief executive officer of Chemico, and his wife, Cheryl
Tuskegee University joins Memphis-based blockchain consortium to redistribute medicines to patients in need
Department of Architecture receives unparalleled contribution of $100,000 from Cooper Carry Charitable Foundation, Inc
Tuskegee University Center for Biomedical Research hosted two virtual research summer programs.
Tuskegee University today received a $20 million gift from philanthropist, activist and author MacKenzie Scott.
Tuskegee University is deeply saddened by the passing of civil rights icon Reverend Cordy Tindell (C. T.) Vivian
Like the rest of the world, Tuskegee University family is deeply saddened by the passing of civil rights icon, Congressman John Lewis.
Tuskegee University announces its new five-member Young Alumni Ambassadors, that will support the Office of Advancement and Development for the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Tuskegee University’s Agricultural and Environmental Sciences are identifying pesticide risks near urban communities.
Tuskegee University President Dr. Lily D. McNair has been named to the Board of Directors for Campus Compact.
TU receives grant to lead efforts in promoting disease prevention related to COVID-19.
More than 600 students honored for their scholastic and co-curricular accomplishments.
College of Veterinary Medicine’s Summer Enrichment and Reinforcement Program continues with 35 students participating
Grant will expand Tuskegee’s service to small-scale farmers, ranchers and forest landowners in rural, underserved and socially disadvantaged areas.
Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine receives donation from Zoetis, a leading animal health company.
Golden Tiger doctors and nurses tend to patients’ physical, emotional needs during this health crisis
Aided by the Tuskegee Family, students are learning to better cope during the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic
President Lily D. McNair creates COVID-19 Recovery Management Center to lead planning for 2020-21 academic year.
Tuskegee becomes one of only a few universities nationwide to train faculty, staff as CCSP-certified advisers
Royal Court candidates turn to social media to share their platforms and engage with students during an era of social distancing.
President Lily D. McNair to provide leadership to federal task force fostering partnerships between HBCUs, land-grants and the USDA.
STEM-focused undergrad research project seeks to broaden minority representation in scientific settings.
Dozens of celebrities and HBCU representatives to virtually celebrate the Class of 2020
Experienced alumni engagement, annual giving professional joins growing Advancement team
Virtual graduation observance pays tribute to graduates’ resilience during coronavirus pandemic.
"Show Me Your Walk HBCU Edition" to feature government, entertainment, business and sports personalities