Entrance Requirements: Tuskegee University
The admissions process at Tuskegee University is a matter of ongoing communications between the University and the candidate for admission. This two-way process allows the University to identify every potential student who can be successful in its programs. Each applicant is evaluated individually. Being flexible and comprehensive in the evaluation process ensures the admission of students who can take full advantage of the Tuskegee experience while enriching the campus community.
Attracted By Success
Here's where it all began. Tuskegee. It began here for General Daniel "Chappie" James, the nation's first African-American four-star general. It began here for the 12 African-American men who attained the rank of general in the military. Tuskegee was the beginning for Lionel Richie, Keenan Ivory Wayans, and for the first African-American named to the Georgia Supreme Court, Robert Benham. It began here for more than 85 percent of the African-American veterinarians who are consulting, teaching, and practicing across the country. Tuskegee was the beginning for more than 40 engineers at Hughes Aircraft and a similar number at Proctor & Gamble. Mack Hogans started at Tuskegee before going on to become an executive at Weyerhauser, and John H. Yancey started here before being named supervisor of the Alabama National Forest. It was the beginning for Ralph Ellison whose book, The Invisible Man, won the National Book Award. Tuskegee can also be the beginning for you. Success is a tradition at Tuskegee.
Candidates for undergraduate admission must submit:
Transfer applicants must submit:
International applicants must submit:
Graduate applicants must submit:
Our GRE, SAT I and TOEFL school code 1813 and ACT school code 0050.
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