|Address||401 West Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33606
|Metropolitan Area||Tampa||Yearly Tuition In/Out-of-State||$25,772||School Type||Private||Year Founded||1931||U.S. News Ranking||Best Regional Universities, #22||School Website||ut.edu|
Uniquely located along the Hillsborough River the University of Tampa is a medium-sized private university that has very good reputation. It is located just across the Hillsborough River from downtown Tampa.
2013 Admissions Data
Since admissions to the University of Tampa are fairly competitive make sure you apply as early as possible and that you revise your essay multiple times. If you’ve already gained some college credits you don’t need to submit an essay or a recommendation.
|Early Decision Fall Application Deadline||November 15|
|Acceptance Rate||60%||Average High School GPA||3.3||Average SAT Scores||Critical Reading: 480-570
|Average ACT Scores||Math: 21-26
|Application Fee||$40||Financial Aid Deadline||Rolling Basis|
|Number of Programs Offered||Nearly 100|
|Most Popular Majors||Business Administration
|Student to Faculty Ratio||16:1||Four Year Graduation Rate||48%|
Students really seem to enjoy their classes at the University of Tampa, and are in general quite pleased with their professors.
The academic programs at the University of Tampa are, in general, excellent. The business program, in particular, has a very good reputation.
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|Students Enrolled||6,143||Male to Female Ratio||44:56||Percent Out-of-State||71%||Student Heritage|
Students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and there are as many international students as in-state students. In general, students are friendly and like to have fun.
Located in Tampa, there’s certainly lots to do when not occupied with school work. Tampa is home to lots of professional sports teams, the local beaches are excellent and the theme parks south of Orlando aren’t that far away either.
The architecture of the University of Tampa’s campus is unique with the minarets and Moorish influences of the buildings.
About 90% of freshmen choose to live on campus, and there are a large number of student organizations, over 100, that students can take part in.
Greek life is also very active at the University of Tampa and there are many fraternities and sororities.