Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
You are here: Home Current Students Campus Resources
Disability Resource Center: Helping to ensure equal access to the University's educational, social, and cultural opportunities

Campus Resources

The University of Louisville has many resources for students in addition to the Disability Resource Center. Take advantage of them!

REACH

Resources for Academic Achievement (REACH) is the office on campus which provides free tutoring to University of Louisville students. REACH provides academic services and specific support programs to enable students to better prepare and adapt to college life and to enhance their academic skills and performance in college courses.
(502) 852-6706
Strickler Hall 126
REACH

Writing Center

The University Writing Center helps University of Louisville writers to work on their writing by providing individual sessions, writing resources, and a comfortable place to write. In serving the University community, the Center complements and supplements classroom instructions by promoting attitudes and activities essential to writing well, including confidence, practice, reflections, and revisions.
(502) 852-2173
Ekstrom Library 312
Writing Center

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center assists students in developing, evaluating, and/or implementing career, education and employment decisions. They offer great career resources and services designed to put students on the success track.
(502) 852-6701
Houchens Building LL03
Career Development Center

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center assists with the personal and academic development of University of Louisville students. They are also a resource for students looking to get a psychoeducational assessment to provide to the Disability Resource Center as documentation of their disability.
(502) 852- 6585
Student Services Annex
Counseling Center

Campus Heath

Campus Health provides confidential, affordable, effective and student-focused medical, mental and health education services to all students in the university community. By providing these services, students will be able to better complete their academic goals by minimizing the effects of illness and maximizing health and wellness.
(502) 852-6479
Cardinal Station Suite 110
Campus Health

Student Support Services (TRiO)

The Student Support Services program is designed to assist first-generation, low-income, and/or students with disabilities toward the successful completion of their post-secondary education, while promoting a supportive institutional climate.
(502) 852-1406
Davidson Hall 106
Student Support Services (TRiO)

Personal tools