NEW STUDENT SUMMER ORIENTATION
There is a general orientation for all students starting at The University of Tampa during one of the summer terms. All new students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Assistance using UT's technology systems is available, as well as information on parking, student support services, finding your classes, purchasing textbooks, safety tips and more.
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018
Place: second floor, Vaughn Center (see Campus Map )
Time: 3:15-4:15 p.m. - check-in and individual student assistance available
4:15-5:30 p.m. - general session and discipline breakouts
Undergraduate students anticipating starting one of The University of Tampa's undergraduate programs during a summer term, either as a full-time or part-time student, should first apply to the University. More information can be obtained by contacting the Office of Admissions at (813) 253-6211, (888) MINARET or email@example.com.
Graduate students anticipating starting one of The University of Tampa's graduate programs in the summer should first apply to the University. For information on a graduate program, such as admission requirements, contact the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies at (813) 258-7409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visiting students, including non-degree, transient and auditing, are welcome to attend The University of Tampa during the summer terms. Simply complete the application and provide an official or unofficial transcript of previously completed college-level work.
INTERNATIONAL NON-U.S. STUDENTS
International non-U.S. Students may begin their studies at The University of Tampa in one of the summer terms. All international students must be considered full-time in the summer and have received appropriate visa status. Since it can take a considerable amount of time for all necessary processing of paperwork, international students are encouraged to start this process well in advance of the desired start date. Go to international admissions for details.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
High school students may take classes at UT with a letter of recommendation from a high school principal or counselor. Apply as a non-degree seeking student.