Number one producer of African-American aerospace science engineers in the nation.
A leading producer in the country of African-American engineering graduates in chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering.
The top producer of African-American Ph.D. holders in Materials Science and Engineering in the U.S.
Produced more African-American general officers in the military than any other institution, including the service academies.
The largest producer of African-Americans with baccalaureate degrees in Math, Science and Engineering in Alabama.
The only historically black college or university (HBCU) with a fully accredited College of Veterinary Medicine that offers the Doctoral Degree, and produces over 75% of the African-American veterinarians in the world.
The only historically black college or university (HBCU) in the nation designated as the location for National Center for Bioethics in 研究 and Health Care.
The first nursing baccalaureate program in Alabama and one of the oldest in the United States.
Originator and producer of the famous "塔斯克基飞行员," in partnership with the U.S. 陆军航空兵.
Producer of the first African-American four-star general: General Daniel "Chappie" James.
The producer of the first African-American winner of the National Book Award, 拉尔夫·埃里森的书, 看不见的人.
The only college or university campus in the nation to be designated a 国家历史遗址 by the U.S. 国会.
A center for Plant Biotechnology 研究 which is training U.S. Scientists and students as well as scientists from Ghana, 中国, 尼日利亚, 南非, 乌干达, 埃及, and Tanzania to continue work of Dr. 乔治·华盛顿·卡弗 in today's cutting edge science and technology.
One of two centers funded by NASA to develop a technology for growing food in space during human space missions.
The only historically black college or university, and one of only 11 universities in the world funded and authorized by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to establish and operate a Kellogg Conference Center, which is the technologically sophisticated hub of Continuing Education and Hospitality/Tourism Management Training.
The offspring of two American giants, Booker T. 华盛顿 and 乔治·华盛顿·卡弗.
The only historically black college or university to maintain academic excellence while supporting a football program exceeding a 611-win career record and many conference titles including 4 consecutive SIAC Conference Football Championships.