Live Well. Learn Well.
You belong here
UT’s Plant Hall is one of the ﬁnest
examples of Moorish architecture
in the Western Hemisphere. Built by
railroad magnate Henry B. Plant in
1891 as a luxury resort, Plant Hall is
now home to classrooms, faculty
and administration ofﬁces, and the
Henry B. Plant Museum.
Step onto The University of Tampa campus
and you can sense it. This place feels right.
It’s what you’ve been looking for — a vibrant community that opens
up an exciting new world of ideas, people and possibilities, but still
provides the familiar comfort, convenience and security of home. A
place to explore, experience and engage life — to have fun. It’s where
you’ll make new connections and form lifelong friendships. A place to
stimulate your mind, touch your spirit and exceed your expectations.
Live Well. Learn Well. ExpEriEnTiAl EdUcATiO
You belong here UT’s Plant Hall is one of the ﬁn
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Make friends from day one. New student orientatio
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Community Service UT students, faculty and staff
Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values Alth
Men’s Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading,
Both participants and spectators are impressed wi
Students broaden their aesthetic horizons through
VISUAL Music Music students hone their skills in
Living in paradise With a record 351 days of suns
Located on Florida’s West Coast, Tampa is just a
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