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THE ROBERT R. TAYLOR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE (TSACS)



  

First Accredited

African-American

ARCHITECT


Learn about our History

The Taylor School of Architecture and Construction
Science (TSACS) is named after Robert Robinson Taylor,
the first accredited African-American architect, and
the first Black to receive an Architecture degree
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Taylor is credited with developing the school’s program
in architecture and was often placed in charge of
the day-to-day operation of the school in the absence
of the founder and first President, Dr. Booker T. Washington.
Robert R. Taylor designed most of the buildings on campus
built prior to 1932.

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Robert Robinson Taylor postage Stamp

     


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DEPARTMENTS & PROGRAMS

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 Department of Construction Science button image 

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Design image

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COLLABORATIONS, INTERNSHIPS & PROFILES

Graphic for Tuskegee Opportunities Collaboration showing image of Tompkins Hall    Graphic for Co-op Internships showing image of architecture demonstration    Graphic for Company Profiles showing three Tuskegee University TSACS alums     


     


CONTACT US

Tuskegee University
Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science
Willcox Building C, Room 115
1200 W. Montgomery Rd.
Tuskegee, Alabama 36088
  
Email: tsacs@tuskegee.edu
Voice: (334) 727-8330
Fax: (334) 724-4198
  
Office of the Dean
Email: cjbell@tuskegee.edu
Voice: (334) 727-8014
Fax: (334) 725-5980