Orientation

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Whether you are a first-year, transfer, commuter or an international student, the orientation programs are designed to help you learn your way around campus, discover ways to get involved in student life, meet faculty and staff and make new friends.

Special sessions are offered just for transfer students, Honors Program students, Gateways and first-year students. Attendance is required. International first-year and transfer students on visas will arrive for a special orientation prior to the regular new student orientation program. New graduate international students are also required to attend the special orientation prior to their scheduled orientation with the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies

During orientation, there is an additional orientation program designed specifically for parents of new students to the University of Tampa. For more information and the host hotel, see Family Orientation.  

For information about orientation, contact the office of student conduct and orientation, (813) 258-7228, Fax (813) 258-7382 or email orientation@ut.edu.

Not a full-time first year, transfer, commuter or international student?
All other students see the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies for more information.


Students should visit SpartanWeb, login and select the Orientation Tab for more information. Parents and friends are welcome to click the tabs below for more information.


Important Dates

Important "to do" dates and the academic calendar.

Involvement

Volunteer and get quickly involved with the campus and community.
  • Orientation Service Project
    During orientation, new and continuing students will travel to a variety of volunteer agencies in the Tampa community as part of one of two annual volunteer service events coordinated by UT's PEACE (People Exploring Active Community Experiences) Volunteer Center.

Directions and Hotel

Campus map and directions to the host hotel.

General Information

Find area restaurants, shopping and campus contacts.