COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)
You may find the latest information regarding the University of Louisville's response to COVID-19 on UofL's Novel Coronavirus webpage.
Information specific to the Office of Admissions:
Updated July 1, 2020:
Office Hours & Contact Information
Our team is available to answer any questions you may have. The Office of Admissions, located at 2211 S. Brook Street on UofL's main Belknap campus will reopen for in-person assistance on Monday, July 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern. In the meantime, all phones will be monitored including our main line at 502.852.6531 and you will be able to reach any staff member by email.
In addition to being available beginning July 20 for incoming or prospective students to visit or take care of business in person, our office will continue to provide virtual options for assisting students and families.
Admissions Visits & Events
While we will continue to provide virtual visits, tours and presentations throughout the summer and fall, on-campus visits will resume the first week of July. We will update this page as well as our main visits page soon with more details.
Safety precautions for on-campus visitors include
- Plexiglass shields have been installed at check-in areas
- Face mask requirement for prospective students and any guests (please provide your own)
- A maximum of two guests will be allowed per student visitor
- No-contact check-in will be used for campus visits
- Social distancing of six feet and reduced seating will be enforced in meeting places
- Door handles, chairs and other community areas will be cleaned at the conclusion of each event
- If you feel sick prior to your event, please reschedule your visit
We are offering a variety of ways to experience UofL virtually, including LIVE virtual visits for prospective students, admitted students and transfer students. You can also take a virtual tour and request a one-on-one or group virtual chat with your admissions counselor. Virtual Experiences at UofL
Fall 2020 Applications and Admission-based Scholarships
We will be accepting unofficial transcripts during this closure. Please work with your admissions counselor to submit all unofficial documents.
We will review applications without scores and are able to re-review a previous applicant with additional information, such as a personal statement. Our staff will also accept unofficial test scores during this closure. Please contact your admissions counselor for additional information or with any questions.
If you are transferring course work to UofL from Spring 2020, the University will accept P grades to meet all general education requirements, and to meet prerequisites. In most cases, P grades earned in other courses will also meet degree requirements, but we recommend checking during your advising appointment.
Summer 2020 Term
UofL is offering a full slate of online courses for Summer 2020. View summer terms and course schedules.
Important Notice for GI Bill Recipients
A new emergency bill has granted the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) the authority to continue GI Bill payments uninterrupted in the event of national emergencies (such as COVID-19).
The new law allows the VA to continue to pay benefits even if your program delivery method has changed from resident training to online training. You will also continue to receive the same monthly housing allowance payments that you received for resident training until January 1, 2021, or until UofL resumes normal operations. View additional information.