The University of Tampa Reviews
The University of Tampa was an amazing college where I was able to challenge myself and grow as an individual. As a medium sized school, I had the perfect class sizes, attentive teachers, and made life-long friends. The campus is beautiful with the towering buildings and downtown skyline views. Living in downtown Tampa allowed for staying busy with activities such as going to the beach, Bush Gardens, Disney, Universal, and of course ample of internships. As for my major, I was definitely challenged. I would say the biggest flaw was not having enough career support for the sciences.
I left NYC and moved to Tampa to attend college. I was extremely nervous and I didn't have any family or friends in Tampa. But once I arrived on campus I felt like I was joining a family. The students were from all over the world and most students were from out of state. The food was good and the dorms were clean. A lot of room for growth and development.
I attended UT as an international student, and also played college athletics. I absolutely loved the three years I spent there. The campus is amazing, the facilities/weather/location is great. There is constant investment and improvement, and I have just started the MBA program.
Great sport management program with professors who are always willing to help and get you in touch with professionals in the sport industry and opportunities to work or volunteer in the sport industry. Campus is very and engagement on campus is also great. Career Services was tremendous in helping with my resume and figuring out my career path.
The University of Tampa is the perfect college for someone looking to get a liberal arts degree. The student's in the humanities program stick together and create a thriving and friendly community, where everyone is welcomed. Everyone wants to see each other do well, even the professors, there is no hostility or anamosity, just constant support. UT is a friendly and thriving community in the center of a busy city, which gives alot of student's the oppurtunity to find internships and jobs. UT is a college that wants to see you succeed and will do anything it is capable of to make sure you are successful.
The University of Tampa is a delightfully small campus tucked into the middle of downtown Tampa. While there's plenty of local attractions in the area, UT's campus has a culture of it's own. UT is very politically aware and allows room for its students to express their opinions and beliefs. The professors are dedicated to getting to know their students and challenging them to reach their potential. The small class sizes allow for a more customized educational experience and increased personal interactions with fellow classmates. There are plenty of organizations and leadership positions for students who wish to be involved and engaged. And there are plenty of paid on-campus positions and financial aid opportunities to help cover the costs of tuition and living expenses. Overall, UT is a great community and university. I am proud to be a Spartan!
The University of Tampa's Nursing Program was absolutely phenomenal. The instructors work with you if you're struggling and really encourage your success. Being a student with Crohn's Disease and being told by other schools I was not good enough, it was refreshing to be accepted to this wonderful and rigorous program allowing me to achieve my dream of becoming a Nurse. I highly encourage other students to apply to this school.
I really enjoyed my time at The University of Tampa. The intimate, small campus is great and the class size was what I needed so that I could get the best education. I visited many schools that I was impressed with, but being able to be known by my teacher personally really stood out for me. I didn't want to be lost among the hundred of other students that are usually in the larger universities being taught, sometimes through simulcast. I would recommend this University as a great place to get your under graduate degree. They offer a lot of studies, the dorms are great, parking is good the food is pretty good too, and there is always something to do on campus and in the surrounding area.
Their program opened a lot of doors and gave me many opportunities I would not have gotten on my own.
UT is a great place for first-time college students because it's a teaching university, not a research university. The faculty is extremely supportive and focused on student success. The campus is beautiful and historic, located in the heart of downtown Tampa. I am so grateful for my experiences at UT.