TACAA's Purpose

Providing professional support, mentoring opportunities and scholarships to current students by:

  • Developing a committee that will aid TSACS in the development of curriculum, programs and initiatives as it relates to professional practice

  • Developing a national mentoring program

  • Recruiting professionals to participate in studio juries for the professional design studios

  • Developing a scholarship fund to support students in TSACS, exhibiting academic excellence and leadership ability

Supporting professional practice and the advancement of the alumni in the design and construction fields by:

  • Providing resources and opportunities for open conversations pertaining to best practices in the design and construction fields

  • Creating a platform to share and support professional talents of our alumni

  • Providing career development support to position alumni to stengthen professional skills, resumes, portfolios, branding, and career opportunities

  • Developing a ARE support initiatives that will support alumni in the architecture licensing process

Recruiting  future students that have a passion for design and construction to enroll in TSACS by:

  • Developing a committee that will lead recruitment efforts, creative recruitment campaigns, events and other efforts

  • Preserving and promoting the history of TSACS and inviting students to be a part of that history using social media and the website


The Tuskegee Architecture and Construction Alumni Association (TACAA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1980 to support the advancement of the architecture and construction science management academic programs at Tuskegee University.


We believe the Tuskegee Architecture and Construction Alumni Association (TACAA) is the leading partner in advancing the mission, interest, programs, initiatives and reputation of the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science (TSACS).



Support our Mission by

Mobilizing alumni and friends by:

  • Keeping a record of graduates and an up-to- date membership database

  • Recruiting alumni to become members of TACAA by using social media, websites, and events

  • Sharing alumni and student accomplishments

  • Informing members of Tuskegee, TACAA and TSACS related news for general awareness and potential involvement 

Maintaining working relationships with university officials, alumni components, administration, faculty, staff and students that may progress the programs of architecture and construction science by:

  • Developing leadership positions in the association that act as liaisons between national alumni, staff and faculty, and students

  • Meeting regularly with TSACS administration and Tuskegee University administration