Tuskegee’s 12 sports teams compete in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) and include football, baseball, softball, volleyball, and both men’s and women’s teams in basketball, cross country, track and field, and tennis.
The Marching Crimson Pipers, Golden Voices Concert Choir, and other performance groups enhance the Tuskegee Experience while providing musical outlets for students wanting to balance academics with the performance arts.
More than 100 student and campus life organizations provide students — representing nearly every U.S. state and more than a dozen foreign countries — with ways to develop their leadership potential and life-long friendships.
There's something to do every single day, especially homecoming. It's insane on game day.
Everybody was having a great time. The students were out in the shed, cheering on the football team. So it also made me really excited about joining the Marching Crimson Piper Band because they are another support system for the football team. The band also plays for the volleyball team. Sometimes we go to the baseball and softball team games as well.
It is very easy to get involved here at Tuskegee University. There are so many student organizations whether that's student Government Association, the choir. You have clubs within your colleges. There's literally a place for everybody here at Tuskegee University.
Tuskegee is a very diverse campus. Even though Tuskegee University is a Historically Black College, we have different races, different cultures from the students to the faculty.
Tuskegee University molds its students into great leaders. We learn how shall we look in corporate America, how should we speak in corporate America, and things of that nature. We bring back people who work for major companies to kind of give you how they got there, what were their resources they utilized here at the University to get to their level as well.