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Help turn the dream of a college education into a reality for our students. Your gifts will be applied to our academic and student life programs
to ensure that our students continue to receive a quality educational experience.

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 Ways to Give
Make your tax-deductible gift today using one of these methods.

There are many ways you can make a lasting contribution to Tuskegee University. Gifts from alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends of Tuskegee sustain the university and support our unique and enriched history. Whether this is your first gift to Tuskegee University or one among many over the years, we’re here to help you find ways to give that fit you best.

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Round up change from debit or credit card transactions
and turn them into gifts for the university.  

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Search through our on-going fundraising initiatives
and find a project that inspires you to give.

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Support your passion with an easy bi-weekly or monthly
payroll deduction gift. Your recurring payroll gift can truly
make an impact on our students, programs and

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Start an ongoing monthly contribution to the university
by texting one of our keywords.

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Give gifts of cash, publicly traded stock, real estate
or other property, gifts-in-kind, wills and bequests,
life insurance, charitable gift annuity.  

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Contribute to Tuskegee University monthly using Electronic
Funds Transfer. 

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As a federal employee you can make your gift by
searching our code on the CFC website  - 10877. 

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Make a gift to Tuskegee University using Wire Transfer.

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Make a charitable gift or pledge to Tuskegee University.

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Give gifts of securities including stocks, bonds, and
shares in mutual funds.  

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Find out if your company has a matching gift policy.
Many employers sponsor matching gift
programs and will match charitable contributions
made by their employees.

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Call the Office of Advancement and Development 
at 334-727-8607 to make your gift directly with us,
Or mail your tax deductible gift to our office at
P.O. Box 1304, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 36087.


A Great Return on Your Investment
Scholarships and research made possible by gifts like yours.

Melody, Sales and Marketing major        Research performing an experiment in lab        Micah, Biology, Pre-Med major

Educating Leaders

Tuskegee offers students 41 undergraduate and 
22 graduate degree options in the liberal arts,
medical and STEM disciplines. It is cited as the
top producer of minority graduates nationally
in many of these career fields.

More than 100 organizations — ranging from
student government, Greek life, academics,
ROTC, and campus programs — give students
a way to develop their leadership potential and
make life-long friends.

A student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1 allows students
to develop life-long friendships with classmates
and mentoring relationships with faculty, who
prove to be invaluable resources as they seek
internship and job opportunities.

— Melody    
Sales and Marketing    

STEM Career Preparation

Tuskegee University is cited as the top producer
of minority graduates nationally in many of
the Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics (STEM) career fields.

Corporate partnerships and government research
projects frequently give students hands-on
experience applying classroom techniques in a
mentoring or laboratory setting, as well as build
their professional networks for when they seek
internship and job opportunities.

Student success is ensured through a variety of
tutoring programs, career fairs, cultural and study
abroad programs, and other resources providing
students with health, counseling and social support.


— Research Projects    
STEM Careers    

A Place to call "Home"

More than 100 organizations — ranging from
student government, Greek life, academics,
ROTC, and campus programs — allow
students to develop their leadership potential
and make life-long friends.

More than half of Tuskegee’s students live on
campus, which further broadens students’
social networks through residential and
immersive campus life programs.

Tutoring programs, career fairs, and cultural
and study abroad programs — along with
health, counseling and social support resources
— are all part of Tuskegee’s comprehensive
support network.

— Micah    



Contact the Office of Advancement & Development

Phone: 334-727-8076 or 334-727-8342

Tuskegee University
Office of Advancement & Development
P. O. Box 1304
Tuskegee Institute, AL 36087