University of Tampa Institutional Repository

The University of Tampa Institutional Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the UT community. Our repository is an important tool for preserving UT's legacy, while promoting the University’s scholarship around the world.

If you are a part of the UT community and would like to submit your work (students, please make sure you have your faculty adviser/instructor’s authorization), please click here.

If you are an alumni who would like to make a submission, or if you have any questions, please contact repository@ut.edu.

For more information about our policies, please see this guide.

Materials are available for scholarly and research use only. Permission for use must be given by the owner.

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Recently Added

  • Unknown author (1965-10)
    This is one in a series of architectural renderings of the proposed new library building on campus. The building's northwestern face is seen from across the Hillsborough River. Architects listed: Eliot Chapin Fletcher, ...
  • Unknown author (1976-01)
    In the foreground, the image shows the demolition of the GCR (Government Classroom) Building. Four men push against the west wall of the building. In the background, a metal fire escape reaching to the third floor of ...
  • Unknown author (1976-01)
    After the demolition of the University of Tampa's GCR (Government Classroom) Building in 1976, a brick and mortar addition to the south wall of Plant Hall's Science Wing is visible to the left. This addition was removed ...
  • Unknown author (1976-01)
    The GCR building was a multi-purpose building on the University of Tampa campus. Built around 1947, it was alternatively named the Canteen, Government Classroom Building, War Administration Building and ROTC Building. It ...
  • (1968-12)
    The construction site sign for University of Tampa's new library building. The sign was erected on top of the utility building adjacent to the work area. New concrete pillars are shown at the left edge of the image.

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