Tuskegee University is currently accepting applications from deserving candidates for its multiple scholarship programs. Tuskegee University has teamed up with various government and private entities to add numerous scholarships to it’s already existing ones, allowing more students to apply for, and get selected for these scholarships, which grant everyone an equal opportunity of winning based on merit. The university is now accepting applications for its fall term, 2021-2022.
Scholarships provide rare and often life-changing opportunities for students from low-income families bound by financial difficulties to obtain a practical, expert-led education. An education that can open doors to opportunities towards the global career. Tuskegee University has helped countless students, especially African-Americans; acquire a stellar education at a fraction of the cost
Located in Tuskegee, Alabama, the Tuskegee University is an independent, state-related higher education institution. Equipped with an experienced faculty and an up-to-date infrastructure, the university provides courses ranging across multiple disciplines, from arts and life sciences to engineering and veterinary sciences. The university campus is a host to students from various ethnicities, backgrounds and walks of life. In fact, the university has the highest number of African-American aerospace, chemical and electrical engineers in the U.S.A.
The following table provides abstract information about the university, and it’s scholarship program:
|Educational level||Undergraduate to Post-graduate|
|Number of awards||Multiple awards across multiple scholarships|
|Nationality||United States citizens, other|
|Country||United States of America|
|Application deadline||March 1 for Fall term 2021-2022|
|Requirements||Transcripts, Proof of merit|
Who May Be Eligible
Tuskegee University awards scholarships to students based on merit. The renewal of these scholarships also depends on the student’s abilities and merits earned during the term spent at the university. The university provides numerous scholarships, each of which has different eligibility criteria. However, the basic requirement for eligibility for these scholarships is that the student must enrol at Tuskegee University.
How to Apply
The university is currently accepting admission applications for their fall term of 2021-2022. Students seeking scholarships must first register with the university and then apply for the scholarship they feel they are eligible for.
The university awards scholarships competitively. Eligible students are selected based on merit. Here are a few of the scholarships
- Distinguished Presidential – Full Tuition, Room/board, fees and $800 book stipend for freshmen. The student requires a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.7 and must manage a minimum GPA of 3.25 (or 30 credits) at the university to renew that scholarship annually.
- University Merit – Full tuition and $800 book stipend for freshmen and transfer students. The student requires a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.5 and must manage a minimum GPA of 3.00 (or 30 credits) at the university to renew that scholarship annually.
- University Achievement – $10,000 for freshmen. Students require an unweighted GPA of 3.3 for eligibility and must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 for annual renewal of the scholarship.
An applications deadline for both admission and application of scholarship for the fall term is May 1, 2021.