Tuskegee University  

Tuskegee University
Tuskegee , AL  36088
(334) 727-8011   

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Tuskegee University is a historically black university with a rich academic tradition.  It is a national, independent, and state-related institution of higher learning.  It was established in 1881 and its first president was Dr. Booker T. Washington.   The University is known for strong programs in the sciences, architecture, business, engineering, and the health areas, among others.  Its programs serve a co-educational, racially, ethnically and religiously diverse student body. 
Transfer Agreement Highlights
To be admitted to Tuskegee University, MDC students must submit  application materials for evaluation to the Admission Office and meet the Tuskegee University requirements for admission and credit transfer.  Specifically, MDC transfer applicants must meet the following: have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale; submit official MDC transcripts as well as from any other college or university attended; submit letter of recommendation from an MDC instructor or employer; and submit a completed Tuskegee University Undergraduate application.
Tuskegee University awards financial aid based on documented need. All MDC transfer students will be considered for all financial aid, grants and scholarships.  Students who wish to be considered for Tuskegee University scholarships must apply for financial assistance. Tuskegee University will provide scholarships every year to three students transferring from MDC with a 3.5 cumulative GPA.  These scholarships will cover full cost of attendance for two years to support tuition, books, room and board for students living on campus. 

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