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The University of Tampa offers a comprehensive set of programs and services designed to help you SOAR. You are encouraged to utilize these resources to maximize your academic experience and reach your academic success goals.

  1. Peer Tutoring
    Be proactive in your classes by visiting tutoring sessions for offered classes in the first few weeks of the semester and continue attending throughout the term. On average, 95% of students attending tutoring at least twice a week throughout the semester are more likely to pass their course.
  2. Saunders Writing Center
    Through one-on-one consultations, the Saunders Writing Center helps students strengthen their fundamental writing skills to produce clear and creative writing. 
  3. Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
    Sessions are conducted by graduate student PASS leaders, who have successfully completed the course for which they are providing support.
  4. Coaching for Student Success
    Academic Excellence Programs offers individualized academic coaching to help students develop and refine their academic skills.
  5. Academic Exploration
    Are you questioning what major to choose, considering changing majors or looking for new ways to maximize your overall educational experience through major, minor and course choices? If so, the Academic Exploration staff is excited to assist you in your journey toward major exploration and selection.
  6. Career Services
    Visit the Office of Career Services once you’ve decided upon a major. Their staff can help you explore career options and assist you in building a resume to fit your career aspirations.
  7. Student Accessibility Services
    Contact Student Accessibility Services to receive accommodations if you have a disability that affects your access to the UT educational environment.
  8. Financial Aid
    Work with Financial Aid to help manage the cost of college with as little stress as possible.
  9. ASK 100
    A basic study skills course that assists students in enhancing college success skills, setting goals and developing personal responsibility for their academic experiences.
  10. Academic/Faculty Advisor
    It is critical that you meet with your academic or faculty advisor regularly to ensure you are effectively completing graduation requirements. Information concerning your advisor will be located on the homepage of your SpartanNet account.
  11. Counseling Services
    Counseling is provided for all full-time undergraduate students and all international graduate students to assist them in dealing with the challenges that college life brings. Meeting with a counselor can help to develop and strengthen skills to overcome new challenges or ones that have been impacting your life for a while.