Give to Girls' Scholarship Fund

The Tubman University Foundation is committed to assisting Dr. Elizabeth Davis Russell, President of the William V. S. Tubman University, to improve the standards of quality education at the University and to also address gender disparities.

HELP girls gain access to college education at Tubman University by breaking the culture of gender inequality. Help empower them to shape their communities and the world.

OUR goal is to provide financial aid and scholarships for 500 students with 50% of the funds reserved for female students.

Tuition cost at TU per Student

Per credit hour - US$5.00 for local students and US$25.00 for international students.

Full tuition per semester - US$200.00. Books and allowance per semester - US$250.00. Monthly incidentals - US$100.00.


Scholarships can be given base on areas of study

A look at College education at TU

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • College of Agriculture & Food Sciences
  • General Agriculture
  • Food Sciences

The students established contour lines with contour hedges intercropped with cash crops.

  • Pineapple-Based Farming System
  • Plantain Production
  • Vegetable Production
  • Rice/Seed Production and Technology Demonstration/Research Area for Rice-check System

College of Management and Administration

  • Accounting
  • Banking & Finance
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Public Administration

Students’ internships were carried out with business institutions such as Eco Bank, Liberia, the Cavalla Rubber Corporation (CRC) and Golden Veroleum, Liberia (GVL).

College of Health Sciences

  • BS-Nursing
  • Public Health

34 Nursing students were pinned and capped in 2014 graduation ceremonies. These nurses all completed internships at the J. J. Dossen Memorial Hospital and at the Cavalla Rubber Corporation Clinic.

College of Engineering and Technology

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Students in the College of Engineering and Technology completed some basic technical training in automotive and electronic services working with the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission

(UNMIL) PAKBATT19. Students were also trained as apprentices with the Ministry of Public Works, Liberian Electricity Corporation (LEC), and the Lonestar MTN Cell Phone Company.

College of Education

  • Primary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Guidance & Counseling
  • Early Childhood Development

College of Education held classes at the Cape Palmas High School and at the Harper Demonstration Elementary School.

TU education is focus on excellence in the community and the class room.

A few example of TU goals are:

Strategic Goal 1: Develop and maintain academic excellence that stimulates intellectual growth.

Develop and increase relevant research and technical capacity of faculty and students.
Provided venue for the holistic growth of students:

  • Engaged students in college publication (e. g. “The Talking Drum” of the College of Education), literary and musical groups (Tullywood, University Chorus).
  • Engaged students in research. The following are some of the titles of the research of the students of agriculture
  • Challenges of Commercial Coconut Production of Garraway Beach, Grand Kru
  • Poultry Production in Little Wlebo, Harper District: A Case Study
  • Assessment of Harvest and Post-Harvest Technology in Rice Production in Philadelphia, Harper
  • Cultural Production Practices of Cassava
  • Assessment of Cattle Production in Big Town
  • Country Chicken Production Practices in Cavalla

Strategic Goal 2: Maintain a student-centered university

  • Establish a holistic approach to student development life and activities both curricular and co-curricular
  • Expand the national and international experiential learning of the students
  • Identify and embark on professional/ intellectual activities that will enhance the capacity & experience of the students



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