Tuskegee University's Admission Requirements

Admissions Rate

52%
Your Chancing: Phase 1

SAT

Average SAT

960

SAT 25th-75th

860 - 1060

Students Submitting SAT

0%

Math

Average (25th - 75th)
420 - 520

Reading and Writing

Average (25th - 75th)
440 - 540

Recommendation

You should work toward getting your SAT score at or above the average score. However, if you’re making a tradeoff on what to improve – remember that SAT scores are important, but carry less weight than GPA and coursework.

Read about how to increase your SAT score.

ACT

Average ACT

22

ACT 25th-75th

17 - 27

Students Submitting ACT

65%

Math

Average (25th - 75th)
16 - 30

English

Average (25th - 75th)
16 - 30

Recommendation

You should work toward getting your ACT score at or above the average score. However, if you’re making a tradeoff on what to improve – remember that ACT scores are important, but carry less weight than GPA and coursework.

SAT II

Recommendation

If you are applying to selective colleges, you should consider taking 2–3 SAT II exams.

Learn about SAT II

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Your Chancing: Phase 2

Extracurriculars

Your extracurriculars can have a big impact on your admissions chances. Add in your activities to our Chancing Calculator to see their impact.

Recommendation letters

Having a great recommendation sometimes improves your chances, but it’s most important to make sure that you’re not disqualified because one is missing.

Application requirements

Accepts Common App
Yes

Considers class rank
Yes

Recommendation letters
Recommended

TOEFL Policy (International Applicants)
Required

SAT/ACT Testing policy
Required

Which tests students typically submit

SAT: 0%
ACT: 65%
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We calculate your admissions odds like a college would:

PHASE 1:
The college reviews your academic profile to make sure that you are qualified.
For applicants who do not meet academic requirements, chances of acceptance drop significantly, regardless of their strength elsewhere.
PHASE 2:
The college reviews the holistic parts of your application (extracurricular resume, recommendation letters, and essays) to choose from the students who made it past Phase 1.
We project your odds of admissions to any college using this two-phase approach, based on proprietary as well as public data.