TU Army ROTC cadets receive exciting helicopter ride from TU alumna Lt. Kayla Freeman, Alabama National Guard’s first Black woman pilot.
Tuskegee University is joining forces with millions of people around the globe in celebration of Giving Tuesday, a global day of generosity on November 28.
This grant is a major milestone in Tuskegee’s mission to combat health disparities, particularly in maternal health, among marginalized populations.
Yesterday, more than 500 Tuskegee University students participated in the first annual Day of Service in honor of founder Booker T. Washington.
This marks the second time the Student Ambassadors from Tuskegee University have claimed this prestigious award.
TU announced a partnership with Intel to train the next generation of engineering graduates on semiconductor manufacturing technologies.
After serving in different capacities for 40 years, Tuskegee University’s Ninth President Charlotte P. Morris will retire as planned next spring.
Alumnus Kenneth L. Parker '94 has been appointed to the Attorney General's Advisory Committee (AGAC) by U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.
TU partnered with local educators to encourage local high school students to consider STEM.
Tuskegee University welcomed Parents and families during its annual Parents' Weekend.
Grand Marshal and Convocation Speaker Sinclair Skinner and the undergrad brothers of Gamma Epsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi donated a top-of-the-line golf cart.
Thirty students from 10 states were selected to serve as TU Ambassadors for the 2023-2024 academic year. These students serve as official hosts and hostesses for campus visitors.
Tuskegee University is gearing up for its much-anticipated annual Homecoming celebration.
The $25 million grant will assist researchers in developing health solutions for minority populations.
Abraham George was the only higher ed representative among leaders from manufacturing, healthcare, financial institutions, defense, & aerospace industries.
Dr. David K. Wilson ’77, president of Morgan State University, is the first president of an HBCU selected as a winner of the Harold W. McGraw Jr. Prize in Education.
Tuskegee University is partnering with the National Football League to design an innovative, state-of-the-art, fictional football stadium.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson enjoyed the special tour of Tuskegee University's campus.
Alumnus and retired business professional Willie Shellman, '69, gave this year's address at the Fall Convocation.
Dr. Javed Khan has been appointed
This prestigious distinction acknowledges the institution's remarkable commitment to fostering global engagement and diversity within the Fulbright Program during the 2022-23 academic year.
Tuskegee University continues to lead most historically black colleges and universities among rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Deepa Bedi, associate professor in the Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, was issued a United States Patent for her methods for identifying aggressive breast cancer cells.
The Department of Social Work offered a specialized workforce and development training this summer called Project Forecast.
Tuskegee University announced the renewal of the $2,863,511 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Witherspoon, a member of the Tuskegee University Board of Trustees writes a new book about myths that Black leaders face.
Bivens has helped leaders worldwide understand and improve human behavior and performance.
The program is one of only two accredited bachelor’s degree programs in Alabama and only four accredited HBCU programs nationally.
This MOU is the first HBCC articulation with Tuskegee University.
Golden Tiger athletics is entering a new era with head coach Aaron James taking over the program and have announced ticket information for the 2023 football season.
Chiante Wester has been named the new head coach of the women's basketball team at Tuskegee University, Director of Athletics Reginald Ruffin announced on Monday.
Coppenger, an associate professor of philosophy, played a pivotal role in the conception and development of the online programs.
The Dept of Fine & Performing Arts and the Tuskegee University Bands announces Rickey Oglesby as Assistant Director of Bands and Percussion Instructor.
$250,000 worth of lighting and equipment was donated by Division 12 Consulting and local businesses
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center Renovation Project receives support from Tuskegee alumni.
This week the new state-of-the-art scoreboard was installed to enhance the game-day experience.
TU College of Veterinary Medicine welcomed 58 new doctors of veterinary medicine into the profession on May 6.
This report covers Years in Review for 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Dr. Heshmat Aglan, Dean of the TU College of Engineering, has been appointed to serve on a NASA Advisory Council committee.
The university has also established partnerships with numerous leading medical colleges nationwide.
Thousands of family and friends flocked into Chappie James Arena and overflow areas to watch more than 400 students walk across the stage.
The 2023 President’s Essay Contest winners were Azariah Crosby, Alaynah Elderidge, and Gabby McClellan.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey presented the 2023 Governor's Trade Excellence Award at a ceremony held at the State Capitol.
Tuskegee University has received a $100,000 to support a research and teaching partnership in engineering between Tuskegee and Columbia University.
Associate Professor John Tilghman is the inaugural recipient of the Zane L. Miller Book Development Award
On May 13, the TU Commencement Address will be delivered by Dr. Lisa D. Cook, the first African American woman named to the Federal Reserve Board,
Six Tuskegee University engineering students have been selected to join the Boeing Accelerated Leadership Program.
Tuskegee’s Department of Social Work to host conference in support of National Child Prevention Month
Tuskegee University wins third place prize in the 2023 Home Depot Retool Your School contest.
The university has introduced a fundraising campaign to restore the historic Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center which is at the heart of campus.