Automated External Defibrillators

The University of Tampa has AEDs (automated external defibrillators) on campus to help increase the chances of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Each year, sudden cardiac arrest claims the lives of at least 250,000 people. The only known treatment for sudden cardiac arrest is the use of a defibrillator, which uses a powerful electric shock to stop the abnormal rhythm so that the heart can return to a more normal beating pattern.


Locations Automated External Defibrillators
Athletics Mobile
Campus Safety Near front desk
Cass Building Breezeway
Dickey Health and Wellness Center Pharmacy
Intramural Sports Mobile
Jaeb Computer Center Behind help desk
Sykes College of Business First floor, vending area
Macdonald-Kelce Library First floor, restroom area
Martinez Sports Center Weight room
McNiff Fitness Center Lobby
Plant Hall First floor, under main south stairwell
Plant Hall Third floor, north stairwell
Pool Outside office
Riverside Center First floor, across from restrooms
Straz Hall Behind the front desk
Frank and Carol Morsani Hall (formerly Stadium Center) Food court
Urso Hall Outside RA office
Vaughn Center First floor, by the ATM

CPR and AED Training

If you are interested in scheduling a CPR and AED training session for your area, please email Charles Yezak at All training sessions for first-time CPR and AED certifications are four hours in duration. For re-certifications, the training sessions last approximately 90 minutes.