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Brief History of William V.S. Tubman University

William V. S. Tubman University is a "new-old" institution of higher learning. It is "old" in that it is an institution of higher learning formerly known as "William V.S. Tubman College of Technology", TC, for short. Because of the absence of a viable higher education institution in the southeast of Liberia, several political leaders and prominent citizens advocated for the erection of a college in the region. The people of Maryland County donated the land in commemoration of the 75th birthday of President William V. S. Tubman, a son of Maryland County. Construction began under the administration of Liberia's President William R. Tolbert, who also appointed its first president. TC began in August 1978, with an enrollment of 87 students. TC thrived in producing 50% -60% of Liberia's technocrats in the fields of architectural, civil, electrical, electronic, and mechanical engineering - Read More

Donors Cultivation held in the US to benefit TU - William VS Tubman Foundation Board in partnership with Marylanders for Progress (MFP) formally held a donors cultivation event in Washington DC to create awareness of its E-brary Project. The event was attended by top Liberian and US Officials, charitable organizations, philantropists and friends of Liberia. The project, estimated at more than US $18 million - Read More
TU Launches Fundraising Event - Tubman University held its Capital Fundraiser at the Monrovia City Hall in support of the construction of a students’ services building. The proposed students’ services building which will be named in honor of H.E. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is worth more than two million US dollars - Read More
Top US Envoy visits Tubman University - As part of her southeastern region tour of US funded project, US Ambassador Deborah Malac paid an official visit to Tubman University. She thanked the University Administration for the level of progress being achieved within a short period - Read More
TU joins Research4Life - Two employees of Tubman University completed a three day training of trainers (TOT) workshop facilitated by Research4life. Rev. Rita Townsend, VP of Institutional Advancement and TU’s Head Librarian, Stephen S. Browne participated in a TOT workshop organized by the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health - Read More
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