University of Tampa (also known as UT) is a private university located in Downtown Tampa. The school opened in 1931 and is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. While UT offers nearly 100 programs, they are best known for their business programs.
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There is not a lot to complain about when it comes to the University of Tampa. Coming in, I was skeptical about the small school and having a true college experience. It was definitely a relief to see how great the college involved each student and really personalized my experience - I have no regrets! The students, while from all over the world, are all super nice and welcoming and so are the professors. Not only do they make you have a great experience, but being located in the lovely Downtown Tampa is also a great part. Having the perfect Florida beaches near by and the fast-paced life of the city surrounding you there is no limits to your fun! Also being in Downtown provides each student tons of opportunities to gain first-hand experience in the working world and meet great people.
Pros: Small class size, familiarity on campus, amazing location, diverse population, great career/intership opportunities, & loads of involvement opportunites.
Cons: Cafeteria hours & lack of student parking on actual campus.