Achieve a Higher Degree of Success from a Highly Respected University
“I work in the insurance
industry, but a business
degree was not for me.
I’m majoring in Criminology
instead! I grew up in Tampa
and have had my eyes on
the famous Minarets since
grade school. I sailed through
the program attending
Evening College, part-time.
I’ll be graduating soon, and
feel lucky and honored to
have achieved my dreams
at The University of Tampa.”
The University of Tampa admits students of both sexes and all races, regardless of their age, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation
and/or any handicap. This policy of nondiscrimination extends, both in letter and spirit, to all areas of a student’s experience at the University.
SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES | 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. | Tampa, FL 33606-1490 | (813) 253-6249 | Fax: (813) 258-7451 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ut.edu/evening
• Apply online at www.ut.edu/evening (PDF version also available).
• Submit application fee.
• Provide high school transcripts and/or GED scores and high school transcripts
up to the time of departure.
• SAT or ACT scores not required for applicants who have graduated from
high school more than two years ago.
• Official transcripts from each previously attended post-secondary institution.
A personal advising appointment is recommended. Appointments
are available after 5 p.m. Contact the School of Continuing Studies at
email@example.com or 813-253-6249, Plant Hall, Room 237.
Financing Your UT Education
Evening College students enjoy a discounted tuition rate. Students
registered in six to eight credit hours per semester may apply for
Federal student loans and the Pell Grant. To apply, complete a
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online
All Evening College students are assigned a financial aid counselor. UT’s
Financial Aid Office is located in Plant Hall, Room 427, (813) 253-6219,
or online at www.ut.edu/financialaid.
Outside Sources of Financial As