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University of Tampa

401 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, United States
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About University of Tampa

University of Tampa is a school located in Tampa, FL, US with a total of 1625 courses available to enroll in.

The university began in 1933 after a high school was transformed into the beginnings of a university. After the acquisition of what is still called Plant Hall, a former luxury hotel, the university became a full institution of learning serving the greater Tampa metropolitan area. It is now a medium-sized comprehensive university offering over 200 majors and areas of study.

The university is just on the edge of downtown Tampa, offering students the full range of culture and nightlife of a major city. The University of Tampa also puts students right on the Gulf of Mexico with all of the recreational possibilities this entails.

The most popular areas of study at UT are business, biology/environmental science, and finance. This would reflect the emerging interests and market demands of the region and the world. As a comprehensive public university, The University of Tampa seeks to meet the demands of the 21st Century and properly prepare students for employment in a market which demands contemporary skill sets.

The university is an NCAA Division II sports institution and is highly competitive. They have won 15 national championships in a baseball and women's volleyball. The University of Tampa also sponsor over 350 intramural sports and recreation activities which makes it possible for just about any student to get involved. They have a stellar recreation facility which accommodates indoor and outdoor recreational activities.

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