Resources and Information
The University provides many programs that address various academic and personal needs of students. You are encouraged to discuss these offerings, and the potential solutions and opportunities they may provide, with your academic advisor.
The Student Resource Guide (pdf) can provide you with the location and phone number to many on campus resources that may be of assistance to you.
Academic Support Services
The Resources for Academic Achievement center provides tutoring services, math lab, computer centers, learning resource centers, and ambassador programs.
At the U of L Writing Center, you can schedule an appointment with a writing consultant and find important writing resources.
The mission of the Disability Resource Center is to coordinate services that ensure that individuals with disabilities have equal access to take full advantage of the University's educational, social, and cultural opportunities.
The Career Development Center assists students and alumni in developing, evaluating, and implementing career, education, and employment decisions.
The Provost's Advocate for Students can help you in understanding University systems, policies, and procedures. The advocate can provide basic information and guidance, and can move concerns or complaints to the appropriate academic unit or campus office.
The International Center offers students a wide range of opportunities to study abroad. U of L offers direct study abroad opportunities in various locales around the globe. Students are also welcome to work with the study abroad staff to identify other qualified educational programs.
Personal Support Services
The Counseling Center staff and programs are ready to assist with the personal and academic development of U of L students. Acquiring academic skills, learning how to better communicate, or strengthening an existing relationship are common outcomes at the Counseling Center. A visit to the Counseling Center could be a step in the right direction when dealing with the increased frustration, tension, or confusion brought about by today's rapidly changing world.
The mission of University of Louisville's Campus Health Services is enhance all students’ educational experience by providing confidential, affordable, effective and student-focused medical, mental and health education services to all students in the university community.
Housing and Residence Life promotes a safe, convenient, inclusive, and healthy living-learning environment which provides opportunities that help engage students, facilitate student and faculty connections, and encourage student success.