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University of Tampa

University of Tampa

401 W. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, 33606-1490, United States
Annual Out-of-state Tuition $24,056
Cost of Living $8,830
Total Cost $32,886
Total Enrolled - Undergraduate 5,687
International Students 10%
School Ownership Private
Campus Setting Urban
School Group Regional University (South)
Group Ranking 23
Strongest Programs

Business Management, Marine Biology

What Makes Tampa Unique?                                           

Nestled on a picturesque downtown riverfront campus, UT is a medium-sized private university offering more than 140 programs taught by a faculty as passionate about your success as they are about their areas of expertise. Opportunities abound to travel the globe, conduct research and start making a difference in the world. Richly diverse, the 100-acre campus is teeming with an energized faculty and students from all over the world. Championship sports, student activities, community service, study abroad, honors and leadership programs complete an academic experience that prepares you for anywhere a world-class education can take you.

The University is committed to the development of each student to become a productive and responsible citizen. To this end, the University ensures that students balance “learning by thinking” with “learning by doing.” Students are taught by highly qualified, experienced faculty members who are committed to teaching, academic advising and continued intellectual growth. Classes are conducted in personalized settings in which learning is enhanced through application. Students participate in learning partnerships with faculty and the community through independent studies, internships, re-search, and other practical experiences that complement classroom learning. 


The University of Tampa is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate and master’s degrees.

Other accreditations include: AACSB International – Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business: Sykes College of Business; AAM – American Association of Museums: The Henry B. Plant Museum; ABET – Computing Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology: Information Systems Program; ACS – American Chemical Society: Chemistry; CAATE – Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education: Athletic Training; CAPACS – Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology: Applied Sociology Concentration; NASM – National Association of Schools of Music: Music Program; NLNAC – National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission: Nursing Programs.



Undergraduate Majors 


Advertising and Public Relations

Allied Health

  • Medical Sciences
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy Services

Art (Fine)

Athletic Training



  • Business
  • Molecular
  • Organismal and Evolutionary


Chemistry/MBA Joint Degree



Digital Arts


Education (Elementary)

Education (Music K-12)

Education (Physical Education K-12)

Education (Secondary Biology)

Education (Secondary English)

Education (Secondary Mathematics)

Education (Secondary Social Sciences)



Environmental Science

Exercise Science

Film and Media Arts


Financial Services Operations and Systems

Forensic Science

Government and World Affairs

  • American Government
  • Law and Government
  • World Affairs

Graphic Design


International Business (Accounting)

International Business (Economics)

International Business (Entreprenuership)

International Business (Finance)

International Business (Management)

International Business (Marketing)

International Business (MIS)

International and Cultural Studies


Liberal Studies


Management Information Systems

Marine Science (Biology)

Marine Science (Chemistry)


Mathematical Programming



Music Performance

New Media Production

Nursing (BSN)

Nursing (RN to BSN)

Performing Arts 



Public Health

  • Behavioral
  • Public Policy and Social Change
  • Wellness



Sport Management




Contact Us 

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Số 5, Ngách 106/42, Ngõ 106 Hoàng Quốc Việt, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội

Tel: 090 468 1173 hoặc 090 225 6088

Email: inquiries@goldenpathacademics.com


George DaPonte( Staff )

Director of International Admissions, Admissions

Building: PHRoom: 116, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Box F, Tampa, FL 33606

Tel: 813- 257- 3796

Email: gdaponte@ut.edu

Required Tests for Int'l Students TOEFL
Minimum TOEFL-iBT Score 79
Is a SAT Score Required? No
Application Deadline 05/01
% Accepted 57%
Application Fee $40
Student Adviser for Int'l Students Yes
Provide Housing During Academic Year? Yes
Offer Aid to International Students? Yes
International Students Receiving Aid 238
Average Scholarship Amount $5,012
Financial Aid Deadline Rolling
Inside Word For the Fall 2013, Tampa offers international students up to $8,000 in scholarship for those meeting GPA and SAT score requirements!


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