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The University of TA M PA Love Where You Live and Learn A


popular destination for transfer students The University of Tampa is a medium-sized private university that provides a smooth transition for transfer students. Over 20% of UT’s incoming students each year are transfers. For the past fi ve years, Phi


provides robust transfer scholar- ships and need-based aid to qualifi ed students.


Celebrated scholars, teachers, and authors from around the globe make up UT’s distinguished faculty. They aim to fulfi ll the University’s commit- ment to its 9,600 students—who come from every state and 132 countries—with a challeng- ing curriculum that prepares them for the 21st


century.


That aim is accomplished with high-quality educa- tional experiences based in theory and practice. The student-faculty ratio is 17:1, helping assure meaningful interaction and optimal use of University and classroom resources.


Premier national and in- ternational accreditations further our mission. UT is a


Theta Kappa has named UT to the College Transfer Honor Roll, which identifi es the top 60 universities that create dynamic pathways to support transfer students. Additionally, UT


fully accredited institution, and its programs are individually accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education,


Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission, and the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). UT is also a member of the Coalition for College, which represents the top 170 colleges in America.


The University offers more than 200


fi elds of study and pre-professional programs in a core curriculum based fi rmly in the liberal arts tradition. For the University’s most high-achieving students, the Honors Program offers extended opportunities for instruc- tion, research, internships, and selec- tion to represent UT at renowned Oxford University for a semester.


Tampa Located on the Gulf Coast of Florida in an exciting and growing urban setting, The University of Tampa lies across the scenic Hillsborough River from down- town Tampa.


Proximity to the city makes UT a great place for career building. Down- town is a fi ve-minute walk away. Res- idents revel in year-round enjoyment of the outdoors—walking, biking, jogging, rollerblading, and sightsee- ing on Bayshore Boulevard’s six-mile waterfront sidewalk and the newly designed Tampa Riverwalk; running, swimming, boating, and skiing at the world-renowned Gulf beaches; or visiting the area’s myriad parks and waterways.


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