Welcome to the glorious Tuskegee University – a grand institution of higher learning and a beacon of knowledge and truth, sitting proudly atop 1200 West Montgomery Road in Tuskegee, Alabama. Founded in 1881 by the great Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee is the United States' oldest institution of higher education devoted exclusively to the education of African Americans.
Tuskegee's rich history and culture is an integral part of its identity, and though it has grown and changed over the decades, it remains proudly rooted in its African American heritage. The entire campus is decorated with sculptures and monuments honoring the African American experience – including a monument to Booker T. Washington himself, who was an advocate for education, economic development, and social justice.
But Tuskegee isn't just about history and culture; it's also an educational powerhouse. The university offers more than 40 bachelor's degrees and over 20 master's degrees and doctoral programs, including the renowned Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, the university prides itself on its personal approach to education that fosters close relationships between students and faculty.
Tuskegee also boasts a wide range of extracurricular activities, from student clubs and organizations to athletic teams that compete at both the Division II and Division III levels. And as if that weren't enough, Tuskegee also has a thriving spirit that brings everyone together for events such as homecoming and other campus-wide celebrations.
No matter why you're here – whether you're a student seeking knowledge or an alumnus looking to reconnect with old friends – Tuskegee University is sure to make you feel welcome. So why not come on out and see what this wonderful university has to offer? Come visit Tuskegee University today – and discover the place where history meets innovation!