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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. UT recognizes that the needs of transfer students may be different from those of freshmen and works to make the transition to the University as smooth as possible. Please contact a transfer admissions counselor with any questions about the application process. Schedule an appointment to visit campus today.  

Admission

The University admits on a rolling admissions basis allowing application submissions throughout the year, but students are encouraged to apply early.

For admission and scholarship purposes, UT calculates transfer GPA for all courses attempted at all universities attended. This cumulative GPA will not appear on a student’s UT transcript. Once enrolled, only grades received at UT are used to calculate a GPA (exceptions include the cumulative GPA for nursing program admissions). 

Students transferring with an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college or one of the community colleges with which UT has an articulation agreement may be accepted with junior standing (minimum 60 credit hours).



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Phi Theta Kappa recognizes the importance of UT's institutional commitment and investment of resources to support transfer students.

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