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Tuskegee University - 2017

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Undergraduate Admission to the College of Engineering

Admission to the Engineering Program is contingent upon establishing credit in fif­teen units of high school work as prescribed below.

(a) Eight units required: English (3), Mathematics (4) and Physical Science (1)

(b) Four additional units from the following fields: English, mathematics, science, and socio-humanistic courses.

(c) Three units chosen from any other subjects in which credit for graduation from high school has been allowed.

A student may be admitted unconditionally to the Engineering Program if he/she meets all other entrance requirements to Tuskegee University and has a composite SAT score of 900 or an ACT of 21.

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

General Requirements:

Completed application along with a $35 non - refundable application fee. Payment should be made either by checks drawn on a U.S. bank or credit card.
Official sealed high school/college transcripts from students from English speaking countries.
Students applying from non-English speaking countries are to submit official high school/college transcripts to either World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) for translated high school/college transcripts. Students are required to pay the processing fees to WES or ECE. The translated transcript should be mailed directly to Tuskegee University from WES or ECE.
Official transcript from all U.S. colleges or universities attended.
Official results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL); Minimum of 62 (Internet-based) or 500 (Paper-based).
Official ACT or SAT 1 scores.
Tuskegee University Codes:
ACT: 0050
SAT 1: 1813
TOEFL: 1813
Financial Affidavit of support and supporting bank letter

Residency Requirements

TRANSFER applicants must submit the following:
Completed application along with a $35 non-refundable application fee
Official transcript from colleges/universities attended
at least 2.5 GPA
Completion of 12 credit hours
A transfer student is a person admitted/applying to Tuskegee University after attending another institution of higher learning. A student who attends summer school immediately after receiving a high school diploma and before enrolling at Tuskegee University will not be considered a transfer student. If the student expects to transfer college credit hours completed during the summer period prior to enrolling in Tuskegee University, a transcript must be submitted to the Registrar by September and the student must also inform his/her advisor that transfer credit is being requested. Also required are transcripts from various colleges you have attended.