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Making the decision to pursue a degree is a big step, and in choosing where to enroll, there are many factors to consider. The following resources are available to assist with comparing costs, financial assistance and outcomes.

Planning Information

UT Net Price Calculator

The University of Tampa’s Net Price Calculator provides an estimate for your financial aid award including aid from UT, federal and state — Florida residents only — resources (estimates are based upon actual costs of attendance) and awarding parameters for the current academic year. This helpful resource is best for prospective students who are not yet able to file the FAFSA. Current rates are always available on UT’s Tuition and Costs page.

UT College Financing Plan (Shopping Sheet)

The College Financing Plan (VA Shopping Sheet) is a consumer tool that participating institutions use to notify students about their financial aid package. It is a standardized form that is designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.

On the College Financing Plan, you will find helpful information such as estimated tuition fees, books, supplies and cost of living expenses. Current students can generate this form anytime in Workday by clicking “Print my College Financing Plan” while viewing their current financial aid. Additionally, current rates are always available on UT’s Tuition and Costs page.

The College Scorecard

Created and hosted by the U.S. Department of Education, the College Scorecard provides information designed to let prospective students compare information on graduation rates, costs, retention rates, financial aid and debt, and other critical data. 

Transfer Credits

Hundreds of students transfer to The University of Tampa each year. UT accepts transfer students from two- and four-year institutions with any number of completed credits. Official college transcripts from all schools previously attended are required for all applicants.

A maximum of 64 credits may be transferred from regionally accredited two-year or community colleges. Students transferring from regionally accredited four-year institutions may transfer any number of credits. All transfer students must complete the last 31 credit hours in residency at UT. Credit is transferred only for those courses completed with grades of "C" or better. Admitted students receive an official transfer credit evaluation as soon as possible after submitting a deposit.

You can find a list of courses that UT has previously evaluated on our transfer credit page. If a class isn't listed, it typically means that we have not previously evaluated that course. We will evaluate it for you upon acceptance as long as it was passed with a "C" or higher from a regionally accredited institution. 

Veterans and service members will also receive academic credit for military service or training by submitting their Joint Service Transcripts (JST) and/or DD214. These should be submitted during the application process.