University Of Tampa Applicant Portal

University Of Tampa Applicant Portal

The University of Tampa is committed to providing a welcoming and supportive educational environment that fosters success by fostering student success. If you have questions about the application process or are uncertain about where to start, please feel free to contact us via email ( or telephone (813-253-6233).

Complete all your application requirements.

The application is the first step in the admissions process and it’s an important one. Your application will tell us about you, your interests, and what makes you unique. It is also the only way for us to admit or deny admission into our programs of study at The University of Tampa.

Once we receive your completed application, we’ll review it and make a decision on whether or not to accept you into our program(s). If we want more information from you before making that decision, we may request additional documents (Transcripts/Letters of Recommendation).

Your entire file – including your essays – will be reviewed by two members of our admission staff who will decide whether or not we can offer admission based on the information they find in each piece of paper that comes with it. We do not give any preference to one piece over another when making this decision; however, it’s important that all parts are complete so no part gets overlooked during review time!

Community of learners.

UT is a community of learners and scholars who are engaged in the pursuit of knowledge. We believe that our students are most successful when they are active participants during their academic journey. Our goal for you is for you to engage with peers, instructors, and staff as you learn new skills and gain knowledge about yourself and your world.

Students come from diverse backgrounds with different interests; therefore, we have created an environment where everyone can excel academically while being challenged personally so that they may become lifelong learners who actively participate in their learning process.

Discover the unique student body and campus community at UT.

UT is home to over 28,000 students, offering a variety of programs and locations across the state. At UT’s Tampa campus, you can take advantage of our nationally recognized academic programs in business administration and the arts & sciences. With nearly 300 student organizations and 17 Division I sports teams (including football), there are plenty of ways to get involved outside the classroom as well.

In addition to being one of Florida’s most diverse universities in terms of ethnicity and economic background (with over half its students coming from low-income families), UT also has an impressive military history: Over 10 percent of current students are veterans or currently serving in the armed forces—and we’re proud to count them among our alumni family!

Living on campus allows you to build friendships, learn time management, and grow independence.

Living on campus is one way to ensure you get the most out of your university experience. It allows you to meet new people, learn time management skills, and grow independence. If you live on campus:

  • You will be able to make friends with other students who are also in your major or just want to hang out with someone new.
  • You can learn more about what it’s like to live by yourself and become more independent.
  • You will have help from staff members if there is something that goes wrong while living in an apartment or dormitory (e.g., not having hot water).

Reimagining learning and teaching.

As a student, you are the focus of our attention. We want to hear from you about how we can make your college experience better. You’ll find that we’ve reimagined many aspects of learning and teaching at USF, including:

97% of students agree instructors are good at teaching; 91% say they are good at explaining things.

The University of Tampa is proud to announce that 97 percent of students agree that instructors are good at teaching; 91 percent say they are good at explaining things.

This means that the University has done a good job in providing the materials and tools necessary for students to succeed. It also means that the staff is doing an excellent job in giving feedback on what’s working and what isn’t so that adjustments can be made where needed.

If you have questions, please contact us via email ( or telephone (813-253-6233).

If you have questions, please contact us via email ( or telephone (813-253-6233).

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We’re excited to help you through this process and welcome you to the University of Tampa.

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