For years, the Golden Tiger mascot has gone without a name, but a new campaign now through homecoming seeks to change that.
Annual event celebrates National Public Lands Day while highlighting the natural resources and cultural diversity found in the Tuskegee National Forest.
Veterinarian, entrepreneur and Tuskegee graduate Dr. Matthew Jenkins, who passed away on Sept. 14, will be honored
The Board of Trustees’ revised process to select alumni trustees has resulted in the election of 1990 marketing grad Clinton Timothy Branner II of West Palm Beach, Florida.
ECS4Alabama is increasing computer science literacy for underserved Alabama high schoolers while promising greater ethnic and gender diversity in the tech sector.
Dietetics major Janasia Phillips takes a well-balanced, healthy approach to her studies, extracurricular activities and outlook on her professional future.
The Tuskegee University Golden Tiger family mourns the passing of head cross country and softball coach Anthony Edward Colvin, who died on Saturday, Sept. 21.
A new endowed scholarship to benefit nursing students also honors the memory of Della Davison Sullins — the state’s first BSN graduate.
Annual fall Career Fair underscores employers’ demand for Tuskegee graduates and the opportunities that await them in their chosen career fields.
Three LET US Academy Life Series speakers will share valuable career insights with Tuskegee students during the Fall 2019 semester.
A team of STEM faculty look to virtual reality to better motivate classroom engagement and augment students’ academic confidence and success.
A new scholarship endowment in the College of Engineering will further workforce diversify efforts while preparing the next generation of female engineers.
Tuskegee’s annual Lyceum Series combines literature, activism and culture to educate audiences in an engaging and holistic way.
The National Park Service seeks public input on upcoming preservation projects at The Oaks, the historic home of Booker T. Washington.
Georgia’s Columbus Museum partners with the university Archives to celebrate, exhibit the work of famed photographer P.H. Polk.
Annual BTW Economic Development Summit continues its legacy of strengthening Black Belt communities and entrepreneurial spirit.
The college’s annual 5K is part of its growing programs that emphasize school-life balance and community engagement for students.
Corporate networking, on-site job and internship interviews, and a BLACK HAWK™ touchdown will headline Lockheed Martin events on campus Sept. 18-19.
Besides its jump into U.S. News' national list of HBCU Top 10, Tuskegee is cited as “best” school in several other U.S. News categories.
A new online store dedicated solely to Golden Tiger gear will provide the Tuskegee Family with greater access to licensed, university-branded merchandise.
Interested in studying abroad? Want to get better acquainted with your international classmates? Then make plans to attend the Sept. 24 Global Education Fair.
Tuskegee University announced today that it has named Benjy Taylor head coach of the Golden Tigers men's basketball program.
“Saudi National Day” to celebrate the cultural diversity and contributions Saudi Arabian students make to Tuskegee’s growing international student population.
An upcoming art exhibit to deliver a Muhammad Ali-inspired one-two punch centered around themes of activism, transformation and freedom.
NIH-funded programs by Tuskegee’s Center for Biomedical Research seek to educate some of the region’s most at-risk residents
A summer National Park Service internship has further inspired Nakiesha Newton to pursue a career where she can share and preserve African American history.
Academic partnership with NC State provides aspiring forestry professionals an accelerated, five-year pathway to master's degree.
Naquitha Bowen-Tarver elected by her colleagues to serve as Staff Senate chair for the 2019-20 academic year.
Tuskegee University Archives leads efforts to establish, dedicate a new historic marker trail celebrating the people and locations vital to the area’s fight for civil rights.
Corporate support of student scholarships is among the newest additions to a partnership between Lockheed Martin and Tuskegee University.
Campaign launched in February alongside President McNair’s inauguration raises $1.07 million in support of her vision to expand scholarship availability.
Langston Hines gained valuable engineering research experience through partnership between Tuskegee and Missouri S&T.
Six architecture students bring historic preservation concepts learned through a summer program back to campus
Junior Jonathan Andrews fulfills a personal mission to earn his Airborne Jump Wings, and in doing so, joins a unique group of Army ROTC cadets.
A new HBCU-focused program is bringing opportunities for scholarships, internships and tech innovation to Tuskegee students and the campus on Aug. 23.
Annual academy seeks to diversify the nation’s STEM fields by instilling greater interest in innovation and creativity among high school students.
The revised process to identify Tuskegee’s next alumni trustee has resulted in candidates for voting consideration by the university’s entire alumni base.
With agricultural and biosystems engineering degrees in hand, Dr. Barrett Vaughan adds a law degree to his portfolio to better serve students, the community and the industry.
Adopt-A-Dorm program's 30-year milestone of preserving campus buildings and Booker T. Washington’s “learning by doing” legacy
Four-day orientation program to prepare incoming freshmen and transfer students for life as a Golden Tiger.
Partnership with the University of Wisconsin Madison enables Tuskegee animal science students to explore post-graduate opportunities through summer internships.
15th annual College Colors Day gives football fans the chance to celebrate their Golden Tiger spirit and win a trip to the 2020 CFB National Championship in New Orleans.
Sept. 3 Block Party at Alabama State will leverage the Labor Day Classic rivalry to benefit the less fortunate of the Montgomery and Tuskegee communities.
Animal science major Arianna Holmes gained valuable hands-on experience through a summer internship at South Africa’s Lory Park Zoo.
Tuskegee University Department of Social Work is partnering with UT Rio Grande Valley to test out a new professional learning tool that takes virtual reality to the next level.
Chemistry major Chigozie Joi Chinakwe credits a formula of tradition, character, hard work and a positive attitude with being successful at Tuskegee.
Due to popular demand, the Legacy Museum extends quilt exhibition highlighting talents of Notasulga-born writer, folklorist and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston into Sept.
Mayor Randall L. Woodfin speaks to summer graduates, including Tuskegee’s largest nursing class in 30-plus years.
A new nanocellulose material may hold the key to reducing the looming threat of climate change caused by increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
With two Tuskegee degrees and a Ph.D. in his future, Saudi Arabian native Ahmed Alhelal is enjoying the international spotlight for his engineering research.