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Transcript: 21 sororities and fraternities High school students may apply for admission at the end of their junior year. Applicants are evaluated on many criteria. A college preparatory curriculum is required, including a minimum of 18 academic units (4 English, 3 science (2 must be laboratory sciences), 3 mathematics, 3 social studies, 2 foreign language and 3 academic electives). •Completed application •Official high school or secondary school transcript or GED results (plus official transcripts from all university or dual enrollment courses completed, if applicable) •$40 nonrefundable application fee •SAT and/or ACT scores •Guidance counselor or teacher recommendation (not required if you already graduated from high school and have completed some college credits) •Essay (not required if you have already graduated from high school and completed some college credits) Contact Info: Office of Admissions University of Tampa 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33606 Phone: (813) 253-6211 Toll free: 888-MINARET (646-2738) Fax: (813) 258-7398 Email: Official transcripts showing all degrees and credits Application requirements and deadlines 3000 events annually Average High School GPA: 3.3 A completed CG-10 application form Professional Certificate 105 landscaped acres Transcript or GED Located in Down Town Tampa 10 residency halls copies of teaching certificate(s) you hold from U.S. states or territories All about the campus Education Requirments 12 NCAA IISpartan championships. Campus Life Approximately 70 percent of all full-time students live on campus Valid for three years nonrenewable Provides time to complete all requirements for a Professional Certificate while teaching full-time Holds bachelors egree has 2.5 GPA •Books: $1,050 •Room and Board: $9,116 Private School Requirements School Colors : Scarlett Gold, & Black Home of the Spartans!! •ACT Composite: 22 / 26 •ACT English: 21 / 25 •ACT Math: 21 / 26 •ACT Writing: 7 / 8 Go to government agency and get finger print card Medium size such as ice hockey, netball,soccer, football, volleyball, competitive swimming, equestrian club, field hockey, fishing, roller hockey, paintball, indoor soccer, rock climbing and bodybuilding. 53 buildings 150 programs of study 160 clubs, organizations, sports Gender Breakdown: 43% Male 57% Female valid for five years renewable Florida's highest Educator Certificate holds at least a bachelors degree Demonstrate Mastery of General Knowledge Demonstrate Mastery of Professional Preparation and Education Competence 22 food venues such as, Kappa Alpha Theta,Delta Zeta, Delta Gamma,Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Zeta Beta Tau, Theta Chi, Sigma Chi, Delta Tau Delta etc. Athletic and fitness facilities Located in West Central Florida Test Scores -- 25th / 75th Percentile •SAT Critical Reading: 480 / 570 •SAT Math: 500 / 590 •SAT Writing: 480 / 570 Application Packet 50% of students from Florida Tuition 35,160 Per Semester Temporary Certificate 6,958 Enrolled as of 9/27/12 Over 1300 international students Applications completed by Nov. 15; notifications sent by Dec. 15. Applications completed by Jan. 15; notifications sent by Feb. 15. 401 W Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida


Transcript: UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA Degrees: over 200 11 master degrees variety of majors, minors, pre-proffesional programs ancertificates Clubs: More than 200 clubs and organizations which include... Student publications Academic recognition societies Reer education groups Community service organization Geek Life Student Government Special Interest & leadership groups ROTC NCAA Division 2 COST ? Mascot: Spartacus Nickname: Spartans Info: UT Spartan teams have won 15 NCAA 2 championships and captured 92 Sunshine State Confrence titles Facilities: Olympic size swimming pool Tennis courts Jogging track Basketball and volleyball courts Crew training facility McNiff Fitness Center Spots Clubs: Ice hockey Equestrian Field Hockey Men's & Women's Indoor Soccer Tennis Flag Football Outdoor basketball Fishing Rock climbing Paintball Roller hockey Body building Location What does it offer? Ailina Hernandez G-2 SPORTS Financial Aid: FASA Scholorship to academically exceptional international studernts 3.2 or higher cumulative GPA= automatic scholorship Outside scholorships Aid for Florida Residents Federal Grants: Pell, SEOG, TEACH Loans Veteran Benefits Employment Education tax credits Payment options Tutition and Credit Hours: 1 hour= $ 536 7 hours= $ 3,752 2 hours= $ 1,072 8 hours= $ 4,288 3 hours= $ 1, 608 9 hours= $ 6,484 4 hours= $ 2,680 10 hours= $ 8,236 5 hours= $ 2,680 11 hours= $ 10,012 12-18 hours= $ 12,601 For more than 18 credit hours, tuition is $536 per credit hour For more information on the costs go to link... First established by Frederic Spaulding in 1931 as Tampa Junior College 1933 moved to its current location, the then- defunct Tampa Bay Hotel When moved it became a full University Campus features 58 buildings on 105 landscape acers Additional Info. State: Florida City: Tampa

University of Tampa

Transcript: Scholarships Campus Life Degree Programs Student Population: Around 6,700 Black - 6% Asian - 2% Hispanic - 10% International - 9% White - 62% Unknown - 9% Out of State students: 71% Student Ages: Under 18 - 2% 18-19 - 41% 20-21 - 38% 22-24 - 12% 25+ - 8% Home of the Spartans Mascot: Spartacus Club Sports General Info. (cont.) Population/Diversity More than 1,200 students are employed on campus each year. Tuition - Average cost for undergrad students (12-18 credit hours) $23.520 Room and board Single Room - $3,268-$3,668 Double Room - $2,086-$2,426 Triple Room - $1,770-$2,164 Apartments Rescom - $3,268 David A. Straz Jr. Hall - $3,268-$3,870 Urso Hall - $4,208-$4,810 Applicants need to be one of the following... Currently enrolled in high school with no college credits Currently enrolled in high school with dual enrollment college credits Graduated from high school with no earned college credits Graduated from high school, currently enrolled in first semester of university Graduated from high school, have completed 1-16 college credits Cost $$$ General Info. A completed application High school transcript $40 nonrefundable application fee SAT/ACT scores Guidance counselor or teacher recommendation with essay (both not required if you have graduated high school and completed some college credits) The averages for admission for the 2011-2012 class were... 3.3 unweighted GPA 1100 (for math AND reading) 24 ACT Staff Population: Around 450 Black - 2% Asian - 3% Hispanic - 4% International - 0% White - 91% Unknown - 0% Male Staff: 58% Female Staff: 42% Student Employment Private school State University Since 1931 Ice Hockey Field Hockey Roller Hockey Netball Equestrian Fishing Quidditch Cricket Paintball Synchronized Swimming Students can come together and form new club sports Continuing students get first dibs on rooms. New students are expected to share rooms. Single rooms are reserved for continuing students/upper-classmen. All rooms have air-conditioning, cable TV, and local telephone service (all included in room rates). All rooms have at least one bed (38x80 inches), desk, chair, clodet and dresser. Free internet access. There are lounges, vending machines, laundry facilities, game rooms and study areas in all buildings. Freshman Admissions Presidential Scholarship - $12,000 per year Demonstrated leadership/community service Unweighted GPA 3.7, SAT 1250/ACT 28 Achievement Award - $4,000 per year Demonstrated leadership/community service IB Scholarship - $1,000 per year Admitted to UT by May 1 3 passes on advanced IB exams and IB diploma Transfer Scholarship - $7,000 per year Transfer college and have a 3.0 cumulative college GPA Meal Plan (Required for students living on campus.) 15 meals per week + 100 Spartan dollars - $2,132 12 meals per week + 150 Spartan dollars - $2,095 7 meals per week + 75 Spartan dollars - $1,183 UT offers 140 different areas of study. From business to education, fine arts, and nursing. There are graduate degrees, undergraduate majors, minors, continuing studies, pre-professional programs, and certificate programs. Current on-campus jobs Sixty upper class student Gateways mentors are hired annually by the First Year Program. Residence Life hires more than 100 student resident hall assistants each year. Approximately 20 students are employed each term as tutors in the Academic Center for Excellence. The Saunders Writing Center employs 14 student tutors each semester. The Office of Admissions hires many students each year as public relations assistants and tour guides. Officers of Student Government and Student Productions receive stipends for their leadership in these organizations. The editors of the Minaret (campus newspaper), Moroccan (yearbook) and Quilt (literary magazine) receive stipends to manage key student-run publications. The Office of Campus Recreation depends on many students during late afternoon and evening hours to assist in the many programs and services offered. Sixty percent of the students who participate in an internship are paid for their work. Around 100 acres large School colors are Scarlet, Black, and Gold Admission Requirements Cost (cont.)

University of Tampa

Transcript: Best Practice: Making personal connections, Developing SMART goals, team building, being available to students, affirmations, layer success Best Practice: Commitment to attending college courses, meet with Academic Learning Specialist, Academic Coaching, mentoring, attend tutoring and SI, Workshops Level of commitment needed for college success Struggle with seeking out Academic Support Building stronger financial or family support A program intended on preparing and building success skills for students, while connecting them with individualized academic support. Challenge: Understanding the level of commitment needed for college success. Collaboration Interpersonal Connections Campus Resources Assessment Progression of retention and graduation rates Reciprocal Academic Coaching Program Campus partners and departments Erin Tomasino M.A. NCC Turning Challenges into Growth Best Practices Necessities needed Admissions Financial Aid Counseling & Psychological Services Academic Success Center Writing Center Academic Departments (Math,English,Science) Adaptive/Disability Services Advising/Career Development Services Housing Self-advocacy Fostering independence Creating a network of support Action Plan Strong Beginning Challenge: Building a stronger financial and family support Success Best Practices Soaring Spartans University of Tampa SOAR at UT Campus Partners Best Practice: Financial literacy, campus jobs, career building, building confidence in seeking assistance, scholarships, family discussions Best Practices Challenge: Struggle self-confidence and seeking out Academic Support

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