Who founded Tuskegee University?

Answer Tuskegee University was founded by Booker T. Washington in 1881. Lewis Adams asked for a school in exchange for securing the black vote for W. F. Foster's Alabama Senate bid. George Campbell contac... Read More »

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Does Tuskegee University have dances?

Tuskegee, Alabama's Tuskegee University does not hold official dances, although students attending the independent higher-education institution may attend school-sanctioned beginning and end of ter... Read More »

How many students attend tuskegee university?

Tuskegee University has an enrollment of 3,000 students. Seventy-five percent of the students are African-American. The university is in Tuskegee, Alabama, 40 miles from the state capital of Montgo... Read More »

When was MIT University founded?

A private, nonsectarian institution located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, received approval on its charter in 1861 and admitted its first students ... Read More »

Who founded DeVry University?

DeVry University was founded by Herman A. DeVry. When it was founded in 1931, the school was called the DeForest Training School. The school is affiliated with the Chamberlain College of Nursing an... Read More »