The University of Tampa

Key majors offered
Graduate
Business
Finance
Marketing
Undergraduate
Advertising And Public Relations
Allied Health
Communication
Cybersecurity
Dance
Entrepreneurship
Film / Video Production
Forensic Science
Management
Marketing
Nursing
Political Science
Public Health
Sports Administration
Housing Location Type Offers Scholarships Student Population Offers CLA
Available for Undergraduate and Graduate Urban Yes 10500 (Total) Yes
Degrees Offered Public/Private Institution Type Student Body Student Population
Bachelor, Master Private Baccalaureate College Co-educational 1200 (International)

Yearly Costs / ELS Level

Living Expenses
Degree Tuition Fees Housing ** Meals OtherExpenses I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds) ELS
Bachelor $$$$ $ $$$ $$ $$$$ 112
Master $$ $$ $$ $$$ 112
*
 I-20/Visa costs include Tuition, Housing, Meals and all other fees in USD
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

The University of Tampa is a medium-sized comprehensive, private university located on approximately 40 hectares of prime riverfront land in the heart of downtown Tampa. It is the school of choice for 10,500 students from 50 states and territories and approximately 130 countries. About a third of its undergraduates are from Florida. Approximately 70% of UT's full-time students live on campus. The University offers more than 120 area of undergraduate study through a strong core curriculum rooted in the Liberal Arts. Graduate degrees are offered for Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology, Master of Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Marketing and Master of Science in Exercise and Nutrition Science. The MBA program is one of the largest in Florida, and UT is one of the elite private schools in the Southeast to have AACSB accreditation. UT students enjoy a combination of academic excellence, personal attention and real-world experience. An innovative first-year program helps new students fit in quickly. Internship and community service opportunities abound and an Honors Program offers undergraduates expanded opportunities for instruction and study abroad. The Tampa Bay area is West Central Florida's center of government, commerce, communications, business, health care, scientific research, sports, culture and entertainment. Average Temperatures Low (winter): 61°F/16°C High (summer): 84°F/29°C

Housing


Students enjoy some of the most modern housing at one of Florida's oldest, most established historic universities. Ninety percent of housing is less than ten years old. The majority is suite style living.

Student life

  • Over 10,000 student organizations, residence hall, University and community events
  • Almost 300 student organizations, clubs and teams
  • 25 sororities and fraternities
  • 28 different food venue choices in five campus locations
  • Eight campus publications
  • Scarfone/Hartley Art Gallery
  • Falk and Reeves Theaters
  • Student-run, on-campus television and radio stations and newspaper
  • Intramural sports, club sports and student recreation programs
  • 54 categories of intramural sports and tournaments, up to 50 group fitness classes weekly, personal training services and free bike rentals
  • Recreational activities include canoeing, sea kayaking, paddle boarding, tubing, indoor rock climbing, water biking and day hikes
  • More than 300,000 student and employee service hours provided annually to 300 community organizations
  • Alternative Break Program includes nine domestic and international service experiences
  • Over 20 student-led health and wellness initiatives
  • Numerous diversity programs, including Dean of Students Diversity Advisory Group, Spartan Sustained Dialogue, Live Well UT and Diversity and
  • Inclusion Student Organizations
  • Career Services hosts over 400 events and 600 companies on campus with over 26,000 jobs and 8,000 internships posted annually