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Quality Education in a UNIQUE SETTING Sports


UT has one of the nation’s top NCAA Division II athletics programs. Men’s sports


Baseball Basketball


Lacrosse Soccer


Cheerleading Cross-country Golf


Swimming Track


Cross-country Golf


Lacrosse Soccer


Softball Swimming Tennis Track Volleyball


Want culture? At UT, you can walk to museums, the Performing Arts Cen- ter, art galleries, Ybor City, an IMAX theater, and countless shops and restaurants.


Like big-time sports? Tampa is a city of champions and first-class venues. Raymond James Stadium is a short drive away; the New York Yankees train at Steinbrenner Field; the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning face opponents at the Amalie Arena; and in St. Petersburg, the Tampa Bay Rays play major league baseball at Tropicana Field. Want entertainment? Busch Gardens and the Florida Aquarium are nearby, the campus is an hour west of Disney World, Channelside is a short trolley ride from downtown, and shopping is abundant at International Plaza, West- shore Plaza, and quaint Hyde Park.


Now this is campus life! On the UT campus, history and tradi- tion complement beauty, high-tech performance, and modern style. Plant Hall, built in the 19th


century as a lux-


ury hotel, is a registered National His- toric Landmark widely admired as one of the finest examples of Moorish ar- chitecture in the Western Hemisphere. Not a place to rest on its laurels, the University has also invested more than $650 million in new facilities and technology in recent years. Eleven residence halls offer stu- dents close-knit residential commu- nities with the comfort and security of home. The nine-story Vaughn Center is the hub of campus life, with


Women’s sports Basketball


Beach volleyball Cheerleading Crew


Areas of Study Majors • Accounting • Actuarial Science • Advertising & Public Relations • Allied Health • Animation • Art • Art Therapy • Athletic Training • Biochemistry • Biology • Chemistry • Communication • Criminology • Cybersecurity • Dance • Digital Arts • Economics • Education • English • Entrepreneurship • Environmental Science • Film & Media Arts • Finance


• Financial Enterprise Systems


• Forensic Science • Graphic Design • History • Human Performance • International Business • International Studies


• Journalism • Liberal Studies • Management • Management Information Systems • Marine Science • Marketing • Mathematical Programming • Mathematics • Music • Musical Theatre • New Media • Nursing • Philosophy • Physical Education • Physics • Political Science • Psychology • Public Health • Sociology • Spanish • Sport Management • Theatre • Writing


Minors or Concentrations • Aerospace Studies • Business Administration


• Dance • French • International Studies • Latin American Studies


a student union, a Barnes & Noble bookstore, the Spartan Club, the Reeves Theater, a 13,000-sq. ft. top- floor conference center, a new exer- cise and fitness center, excellent din- ing services, a convenience store, Einstein’s Bagels, and a lot more. UT’s Innovation and Collaboration Build- ing houses our top-ranked Entrepre- neurship and Cybersecurity programs. The Bob Martinez Sports Center and Naimoli Athletic and Intramural Com- plex provides student-athletes state- of-the-art sports facilities. UT provides everything for an outstanding educational, social, and cultural


experience, opportunities plus myriad to hone leadership


skills with more than 300 clubs and organizations. These include student government; honor societies; student publications; sororities and fraterni- ties; nationally recognized Army, Air Force, and Naval ROTC programs; TV/radio stations; intramural sports; community service opportunities;


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• Law, Justice & Advocacy • Leadership Studies • Naval Science • Recreation • Theatre • Women’s & Gender Studies


Pre-professional • Allied Health • Pre-dentistry • Pre-law • Pre-medicine • Pre-veterinary Science


Certificate Programs • International Studies • TESOL


Master’s Programs • Accounting • Business Administration • Business Analytics • Criminology • Cybersecurity • Education • Entrepreneurship • Exercise & Nutrition Science • Finance • Marketing • Nursing • Physician Assistant • Professional Communication


Financial Aid at UT Each family’s financial situation is evaluated individually for need-based assistance. An early aid estimate is available. Academic scholarships are awarded to all full-time US students with good academic credentials regardless of need. Athletic and ROTC scholarships are also available.


2020– 2021 Costs Tuition and fees:


$30,790 Average room and board: $ 11,468


guest lecturers; theatre performances; concerts; art exhibits; poetry readings; student recitals—and more. Looking for a model private univer-


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The University of Tampa | Tampa, FL ut.edu


admissions@ut.edu @CollegeXpress


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