Project Graduate

Project Graduate is a statewide program designed for people who have completed 80 or more college credit hours but did not receive a degree. The winner of the 2012 Noel-Levitz Retention Award for Excellence, more than 1,500 students across the Commonwealth of Kentucky have earned their bachelor’s degrees through the program. Your Project Graduate Academic Coordinator at University of Louisville provides high-touch support services to help you make a smooth transition back to higher education.

To qualify for Project Graduate, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must be an adult student (25+ years)
  • You must have been out of school for at least 2 years
  • You must have at least 80 transferable credit hours
  • You must be admissible to an undergraduate degree program (not Continuing Studies, Postbaccalaureate, visiting graduate level, etc.).
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    Whether you want to get a promotion, start a new career, or simply feel good about yourself, a college degree can help.

    The University of Louisville is taking important steps to make sure returning students get the tools they need to succeed.

    UofL will:

  • Waive the application fee
  • Provide personalized admissions counseling
  • Provide career counseling
  • Give you priority enrollment
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    Our staff will help you explore the alternative routes for graduation such as credit by exam, online courses and degree programs, and our Organizational Leadership and Learning degree program, which provides credit for workplace learning experience.

    For more information about the Project Graduate Program, services, or to speak to a dedicated admissions counselor please complete the Project Graduate Learner Profile. When you are ready take this opportunity to apply now and get the degree you always wanted.