Outcomes

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All that we touch turns

to blue (and gold).

It might be hard to imagine life after college. But ask any TSU senior, and he or she will tell you how conversations with mentors, internship opportunities, dreaming big and working hard helped them build a plan for the future. That’s why you’re here: to figure it all out. And we’re here to help you.

The Career Development Center organizes resume workshops, mock interviews, job shadowing, career fairs and many other opportunities throughout the year. They can also assist you in selecting graduate and professional schools and preparing for entrance exams.

You can become the person you want to be— the person you were meant to be. An entire nation of successful alumni stand as proof.
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Nearly 100 percent career placement for graduates in engineering, technology and computer science.

Tigers Take on the World

Bené Viera ’06 works as a freelancer, host and writer for VH1.com. She’s appeared on HuffPost Live and interviewed artists from Nas to Questlove for Essence, VIBE, Huffington Post and Madame Noire.

Young alumnae Brittani Chavious ’09 and Tanisha Carothers ’09 founded a special camp dedicated to helping girls reach their greatest potential. At Camp Wings, the girls build self-esteem through conquering challenges like horseback riding, rock climbing and archery. Chavious and Carothers also run a nonprofit called HerSpace, Inc. together.

As part of a team at IBM that focuses on technology enhancements in emerging global markets, Damyon Thompson ’03 has traveled around the world, from the Middle East to South America.

Though Ivana Page ’15 hasn’t graduated just yet, she’s already well on her way to her dream of becoming a commercial pilot. In addition to making the Dean’s List every semester at TSU, Page is putting in the hours to earn her pilot’s license at the Scott Air Force Base Aero Club.

“Through TSU I was able to intern at the University of California–Los Angeles, where I had the opportunity to work in the multiple sclerosis lab and conduct research. UCLA ended up offering me a full ride to continue my education. That would not have been possible without the wonderful support I received from faculty here at TSU.” –Derien Rivers ’14

  • home to the inventor of the cell phone microchip.

  • fearsome on the field.

  • doing graduate work at yale, mit, penn state, purdue and ohio state.

  • real-world research and internships.

  • impeccable manners.

  • looking sharp.

  • knowing and speaking your mind.

  • inheriting the strength of leaders and champions.

  • not giving up without a fight.

  • the ferocity of the tiger.

  • using your voice.

  • Originality.

  • trusting your perspective.

  • the Warm Welcome BBQ on the quad.

  • moving up.

  • “WTST, The Blaze!”

  • passion.

  • comfortable in your own skin.

  • social preparedness.

  • confidently making your way in the world.