Facts and Figures, 2018-2019
- 9,304 students enrolled for Fall 2018
- 22 consecutive years of record enrollment
- Approximately 50% of students from Florida
- Students from 50 states and 132 countries
- About 1,400 international students
- 60% of full-time students live in campus housing
- Approximately 2,200 degrees conferred annually
Graduate Programs: $619/credit hour
Continuing Studies: $431/credit hour
Executive MBA Program: $48,714/two-year program total
MFA in Creative Writing: $8,330/semester plus residence fee
- Over 200 academic programs of study
- College of Arts and Letters
- College of Natural and Health Sciences
- College of Social Science, Mathematics and Education
- Sykes College of Business (AACSB accredited)
- Graduate Studies: 16 master's, one doctorate, two certificates, 11 concentrations and three 4+1 programs — three MBA programs (nine concentrations), M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Cybersecurity, M.S. in Entrepreneurship, M.S. in Finance, M.S. in Marketing, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology, Master of Physician Assistant Medicine, M.S. in Exercise Science and Nutrition, M.S. in Nursing (two concentrations), Doctor of Nursing Practice, Master of Physician Assistant Medicine, MFA in Creative Writing and M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Certificates in Cybersecurity and Nonprofit Management, plus 4+1 programs in the MBA, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
- Average SAT: 1,180 (2016 SAT scale)
- Average GPA: 3.4 (on a 4.0 unweighted scale)
Most Popular Undergraduate Majors*
- International Business
- Biology/Environmental Science
- Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Marine Science
- Allied Health
- Sport Management
- Advertising and Public Relations
- Film, Animation and New Media
- Human Performance
- Political Science (Formerly Government and World Affairs)
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Forensic Science
- Art & Design
- Musical Theatre, Theatre and Dance
- Projected annual revenue: $300 million and assets: $700 million as of September
- 1,600 full-time, part-time and vendor-contracted employees
- 1,700 students employed on campus
- Fundraising: $10,950,000 million (2017-2018)
- Annual economic impact: $1 billion
- $600 million in new construction completed or underway since 1998
Campus Additions Underway
- Plant Hall renovations
- Riverside Center Rebuilding
- Digital Arts and FabLab
- Over 10,000 student organizations, residence hall, University and community events
- 260 student organizations, clubs and teams
- 25 sororities and fraternities
- 28 different food venue choices in five campus locations
- Eight campus publications
- Scarfone/Hartley Art Gallery
- Falk and Reeves Theaters
- Student-run, on-campus television and radio stations and newspaper
- Intramural sports, sport clubs and student recreation programs
- 54 categories of intramural sports and tournaments, up to 60 group fitness classes weekly, personal training services and free bike rentals
- Recreational activities include canoeing, sea kayaking, paintball, paddle boarding, tubing, indoor rock climbing, water biking and day hikes
- More than 300,000 student and employee service hours provided annually to more than 300 community organizations
- Alternative Break Program includes 8 service experiences, domestic and international community service experiences
- Army, Air Force and Naval ROTC units
- 28 student-led health and wellness initiatives
- Numerous diversity programs, including Diversity Advisory Group, Diversity Fellowship, Spartan Sustained Dialogue and UT Pride
- Career Services hosts over 200 events and 400 companies on campus with over 14,000 jobs and internships posted to HIRE-UT annually
- UT Spartan teams have won 15 NCAA II National Championships — seven in baseball (1992, 1993, 1998, 2006, 2007, 2013, 2015), three in men's soccer (1981, 1994, 2001), two in golf (1987, 1988), two in women's volleyball (2006, 2014) and one in women's soccer (2007)
- Spartan teams have won 100 Sunshine State Conference titles
NCAA Division II Teams
*Non-NCAA, ^Competes nationally
And DID YOU KNOW?
- All campus buildings are wired and connected via fiber optic cable, and campus features approximately 725 wireless zones.
- There are 50 computer labs on campus.
- 800 community leaders are involved at UT on various boards and advisory groups.
- 90% of full-time faculty have doctorates or the highest degree in their field.
- 96% of all students who apply to graduate school are admitted.
- 93% reported success in achieving their post-graduate goals.
- UT is in the top tier of U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges."
- UT is ranked by Princeton Review as a "Best College."
- UT's Sykes College of Business is listed in Princeton Review's "Best 300 Business Schools."
- UT's intramural sports program was named one of the top 50 programs in the nation by BestColleges.com.
Comparative University Profile
|Tuition/Fees (annual@12 hrs./sem.)
|Accrediting Approving Agencies
|Annual Economic Impact
|- City of Tampa
|- Hillsborough County
|- Metropolitan Area
|*Figures given for 1931 are from 1930 U.S. Census. The 2018 current population figures are based on resent researched estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area was not yet designated in 1930, but 1930 figures inclusive of the same area are given for comparison. The metro area includes Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties.