South University, Tampa

4401 North Himes Avenue, Suite 175 
Tampa, FL 33614-7095 
Phone: 813-393-3800 
Fax: 813-393-3814 

Opened in June 2006, South University's Tampa campus is its second in the state of Florida. Centrally located near Raymond James Stadium in one of Florida's fastest growing communities, this campus affords students the opportunity to learn in classroom, laboratory, and community settings. South University's Tampa programs have affiliations with hundreds of local businesses and healthcare facilities, including national corporations and world-renown treatment centers.

Students may enjoy all the culture and excitement a large city has to offer. Major league sporting events, major concerts, theater, world-renowned restaurants, and a cosmopolitan social scene are all within easy reach. The diverse and vibrant student body thrives on the nurturing atmosphere fostered by faculty and staff. The campus is equipped with technology to support the learning environment, such as a simulation lab; skills labs for nursing, physician assistant, and physical therapist assistant; science lab; computer lab; and Academic Resource Center for tutoring and other academic support.

The Tampa campus library provides scholarly resources and information services to support the curriculum and programs of the University, foster academic and professional research by the University community, and facilitate critical thinking and lifelong learning by students.

The library provides comfortable seating and study space for students, wireless capabilities for laptop network connectivity, and reference and interlibrary loan services. The open-stack book collection provides access to reference and circulating materials, and program-specific resources to support class assignments. An online library portal with access to more than 60 databases in all disciplines is available electronically 24/7 on and off campus to all authorized students and faculty. More than 50,000 digital textbooks, video clips, images and full-text dissertations are also included in the library offerings.