The UT Family Association
serves to establish, maintain and enhance communication between families and the UT community. Families of every student are automatically members of the association!Click here to update your contact information to receive family news
Members of the Family Association receive the Minaret Minute
, a quarterly newsletter offering helpful information, and UT Journal
, the full-color alumni magazine published three times a year.
Families are invited to support and share in the UT experience through:
Family Association Board of Directors
The leadership group
of the Family Association is an exclusive group of parents and family members who are provided the opportunity to become involved with the university and participate in a meaningful way in the educational experience of our students. The Board is a small group of UT parents who facilitate the advancement of the University by serving as ambassadors, providing feedback on our activities and communications, and providing philanthropic support. Members come from various backgrounds and regions and can serve for the duration of their student's enrollment at UT. The chair of the Family Association Board
serves as the parent representative on the UT Board of Trustees. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested in becoming a member of the Board.
The University of Tampa's admissions staff will cross the country this year to recruit the next incoming class. If interested in helping with college fairs or recruiting efforts, please contact UT admissions at (888) MINARET or email@example.com
Parents can play a major role in students' career development by offering internship or shadowing opportunities and urging recruiters to recruit at UT. Parents can contact Career Services
for assistance or can become an e-mentor through online HIRE-UT
Every October, more than 2,000 family members visit UT for Family Weekend
. Administrators and students serve on the planning and welcoming committees. Participation from parents is encouraged.
Parent and Family Fund
Tuition alone doesn't cover the cost of educating each UT student. Gifts made to the Parent and Family Fund
support student scholarships, maintain the beauty of UT's campus, and keep UT at the forefront of technology.