Tuskegee University

    A landmark African American University, Tuskegee
    University was founded in 1881 by
    Booker T. Washington and is distinguished as one of the nation’s Historical Black Colleges
    and Universities (HBCU). Located in Tuskegee, Alabama, this private Liberal
    Arts institution offers a rigorous educational program to its diverse students.
    The faculty has included famous people like George Washington Carver, and the
    campus is a National Historic Landmark.