Academic Advising - All incoming first-year students are assigned to a professional academic advisor in the Academic Success Center. Upon completion of their first year, these students are reassigned to a faculty advisor in their area of interest. Incoming transfer students are assigned to a faculty advisor prior to the start of their first term. The Academic Advising Office provides first-year, major exploration, transfer, veteran, and pre-professional advising. Drop-in advising is also available to both first-year and continuing undergraduate students. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Academic Coaching - Academic Coaching located in the Academic Success Center on the second floor of TECH, is a peer-support program to help students fulfill their academic potential and improve their GPA. Students struggling with procrastination, problem-solving, organizing their time, or setting goals can learn strategies to help. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered and to make an appointment.
Academic Success Center - The Academic Success Center provides academic support including academic advising, peer tutoring, help with classroom accommodations, academic coaching, and the Testing Center, all located on the second floor of TECH. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered and to view hours and contact information.
Baccalaureate Experience- The Baccalaureate Experience represents a commitment to the intellectual and personal growth of every undergraduate. Students are enrolled in a first-year experience program that begins their intellectual journey and assists each student in adjusting to and thriving in a University environment. The First-Year Experience program includes topics on digital literacy, communication, critical thinking, the foundations of science, proficiency in mathematics, and the ability to identify and defend personal values. Click the link provided to learn more about the Baccalaureate Experience program and the curriculum.
Bookstore - The campus bookstore is a one-stop shop for course materials, supplies, UT clothing, and much more. Visit the store site using the link provided to view hours, promotions and to shop online. You may shop in-store by visiting us the Vaughn Center.
Bursar's Office - The Bursar's office is located in Plant Hall, room 428. The Bursar's office is responsible for the collection and analysis of student charges and fees. Click the link provided to view contact information, access billing and payment information, view payment options and policies, and view tuition and costs.
Career Services - The Office of Career Services serves as a bridge between students' college experience and life after UT. Starting the first year at UT and continuing beyond graduation, we are here to inspire students to EXPLORE career options and build EXPERIENCE through internships and employer connections to ACHIEVE professional goals for life after UT. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Center for Public Speaking - The Center for Public Speaking’s mission is to enhance communication skills and offer support services at The University of Tampa. The office provides one-to-one tutoring and small group workshops with peer tutors and experienced professionals. Services include brainstorming and outlining, mock interviews, delivery and evaluation of visual aids. Click the link provided to learn more about services and opportunities offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Dickey Health and Wellness Center - The Dickey Health and Wellness Center offers basic health care services, wellness services, counseling services, and health information for preventing illness and maintaining an energetic life. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Internships - Internships are a high-impact practice that provides students an opportunity to gain valuable applied experience, explore career paths, and make connections in professional fields they are considering. Click the link provided to learn more about getting involved in internship opportunities, schedule a meeting with a career coach, and discover a wealth of information regarding internships at The University of Tampa.
Macdonald-Kelce Library - Click the link provided to learn more about library services such as research help, laptop checkouts, study room reservations and more. View hours and contact information, and gain access to over 200 databases containing books, articles and other resources for use with research projects and coursework. Please note that the library website can now be accessed through the MyUTampa portal.
Peer Tutoring - Tutoring is a great place to start a successful semester. Not only will you become more proficient in the course you are tutored in, but most tutors are upper-level UT students who have been where you are and can relate to what you are going through. Besides their knowledge of subject material, they are a great source for answers to questions you may have about other resources on campus. Tutors are available for traditionally challenging courses in science, math, statistics, accounting, finance, economics, languages and more. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Saunders Writing Center - The Saunders Writing Center assists students with academic papers and assignments for all classes. The Center offers help with each step of the writing process: from brainstorming to proofreading and revising. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, view hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.
Service Animal Policy (PDF) - Click the link provided to view the Service, Assistance and Emotional Support Animal Policy for The University of Tampa. Learn what defines each type of animal, the process of registering for accommodations for the animal, and the expectations for the animal and handler.
Spartan Studies - Spartan Studies is a general education program spanning four years of a student's college experience. The program offers a 14-course curriculum that prepares students to become successful members of the global community by providing a robust liberal arts education. New courses and benchmarks are continuously being developed under Spartan Studies to meet the demands of the 21st century. Click the link provided to learn more about the Spartan Studies curriculum.
Student Accessibility Services - Student Accessibility Services (SAS) recognizes disability as an integral part of the rich diversity at the University of Tampa. We work collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to create an inclusive and equitable educational environment for students. SAS is committed to the principles and practices of universal design and provides students with disabilities needed accommodations that foster equitable access to their educational experience. Click the link provided to view hours and contact information, as well as information regarding registering with a disability, accommodations, requirements and more.
Student Code of Conduct- The Student Code of Conduct provides critical information regarding student expectations and behavior while enrolled at The University of Tampa. Learn more about the policies and procedures related to student behavior and conduct on and off campus by clicking the link provided.
Testing Center - The Testing Center offers assistance in the exam and testing preparedness and offers information regarding disability services as it relates to testing. Click the link provided to learn more about the services offered, hours and contact information, or to schedule an appointment.