The University of Tampa provides a variety of resources to support students in all aspects of their academic journey including the Academic Success Center, Saunders Writing Center, UT Speaking Center, Macdonald-Kelce Library, Career Services, and Information Technology and Security Help Desk.
Bias Education Resource Team (BERT)
The Bias Education Resource Team (BERT) is a group of University employees that provides support and resources to those individuals who have been targeted or impacted by an act of bias.
The University of Tampa Counseling Services provides counseling to all full-time undergraduate students and all international graduate students.
File a Report (Campus Safety)
If you have been the victim of a crime, our first concern is for your safety. Make sure that you go to a safe place and then consider your reporting options.
In cases of emergencies on campus, call 911. After calling 911, notify Campus Safety at (813) 257-7777 so that a Campus Safety officer can respond to you.
A variety of financial assistance is available in the form of scholarships, grants and loans to UT students. Financial Aid also provides step-by-step instructions on how to apply for need-based aid or student loans.
Dickey Health and Wellness Center
The Dickey Health and Wellness Center offers basic health care services, wellness services and health information for preventing illness and maintaining an energetic life.
Student Organization Involvement Opportunities
Student engagement is a hallmark of the UT experience, whether through campus leadership programs, membership in clubs and organizations or service to the community.
Student Disability Services
The University of Tampa fully supports the efforts and welfare of all its students. Student Disability Services works to provide reasonable accommodations to eligible students who may have disabilities as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
UT strongly encourages the reporting of discrimination, sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking and will take prompt and effective steps to stop the discrimination, prevent its recurrence and remedy its effects. UT is committed to promptly responding to all complaints of discrimination or harassment and to dealing fairly with complaining and responding parties alike.
UT offers victim advocacy services to any student who has been the victim of a violent crime. An advocate may be contacted during the fall and spring semesters through the victim advocate hotline (813) 257-3900 or by contacting Campus Safety at (813) 257-7777. You may always contact an advocate by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.