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The College of Arts and Letters (CAL) is a place where theory meets practice and expression meets experience. Home to 21 degree programs, 11 minors and an MFA in Creative Writing, the College of Arts and Letters houses eight collaborative and innovative academic departments and is guided by faculty who are talented artists and distinguished scholars.

Whether on the stage in the historic Falk Theatre or the stunning Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values, students in CAL host over 125 events annually that showcase the talents of our majors in the humanities, visual and performing arts, and emerging technologies.

With your support, the College of Arts and Letters is able to continue offering meaningful opportunities.


Scarfone-Hartley Gallery

CAL faculty and students put on over 125 exhibitions, recitals, performances and screenings a year in the heart of the Tampa Arts District.

CAL Events

Theatre performance

CAL alumni/ae go on to careers on the stage, in business, and in a wide variety of careers where creativity and innovation are key.

Speech, Theatre, and Dance

Student filming downtown

Students studying film and television have access to industry grade cameras and equipment, not to mention stunning locations.

Film and Television

Students listening to a speaker

Students in CAL learn from experienced faculty mentors who are published authors, nationally recognized artists and performers, and thought leaders in their fields.

English and Writing

Orchestra Students

College of Arts and Letters students have the chance to perform and showcase their talents in a variety of stunning venues on campus.

Music