Office of Community Engagement
The University of Louisville contributes to the community and society through teaching, research, and service.
The mission of the Office of Community Engagement is to facilitate the use of university resources to support existing partnerships and engage new partners to contribute to the educational, social, and economic progress of the community, region, and state. The office is responsible for facilitating, coordinating, and advancing university-wide community engagement. The unit contributes to and supports the diversity outreach initiatives of the university.
The Office of Community Engagement builds effective relationships and partnerships with internal and external constituents to advance the mutual needs of the community and the University. The office is responsible for developing a process to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new university/community partnerships.
Follow this link to find out more about the Vice President of Community Engagement.
Signature Partnership Initiative Grant for Graduate Students (SPIGGS) - 1 (one) $1000 award available
Call for Applications - The Office of Community Engagement Faculty Grant Program (OCEFG)
UofL ranked 12th in the "Saviors of Our Cities: A Survey of Best College and University Civic Partnerships" survey unveiled at the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) meeting October 12 in Philadelphia.