Historic Tougaloo College will host the Universities Studying Slavery (USS) Fall 2018 Symposium, beginning October 24-26, 2018. The goal of the consortium of higher education institutions is to work together collectively to address long-term effects of slavery.
United States Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH, will visit Tougaloo College as part of an opportunity to honor healthcare pioneers, as well as to celebrate local endeavors to promote wellness within the state of Mississippi.
Tougaloo College Athletic Director and longtime administrator, Dr. James C. Coleman, has been selected as one of the inductees for the 2018-19 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Hall of Fame.
Tougaloo, MS – Mississippi Association of Colleges and Universities (MAC) President Dr. Beverly W. Hogan will welcome about 200 university and college presidents, administrators and other distinguished guests to the 2018 Annual Conference at the Jackson Hilton September 30 - October 1, 2018. The conference theme for the one-day conference is Diversity and Equity in Higher Education: Answering the Call.
Historic Tougaloo College is proud to announce it was awarded $270,000 by the National Park Service for the interior preservation of the Robert O. Wilder Building, known as the Mansion. In addition, the Tougaloo College Research Development Foundation, Inc. has been added to Mississippi Senate Bill 2002, which earmarked $1 million for the interior repair and upgrades to the Mansion.