Diverse Student Visit Opportunities

We are proud of our diverse student body, with 31% of students identifying as a part of these populations. There’s no better time to be a Louisville Cardinal, and visiting campus through one of our unique programs is a great way to do so!

Special Events:

  • Porter Scholarship Info Session
    October 8, 2020
     6:30-8 p.m. Eastern Time. Attend this virtual event to learn more about the Woodford R Porter Scholarship, our scholarship for African American students from Kentucky and Southern Indiana. We will review the application and selection process for the scholarship. Current Porter scholarship recipients and committee members will inform you on the benefits of being a Porter Scholar. Registration required.
  • Latinx Info Session
    October 27, 2020 6:30-8 p.m. Eastern Time. You and your family are invited to participate in a special virtual event for the University of Louisville; hear from faculty, staff and students; get more information about Financial Aid; learn about student support services for students who identify as Hispanic/Latinx; and learn about our MLK scholarship opportunity.

Year-round opportunities: 

  • Campus Visit Program
    In-person and virtual opportunities are now available. Are you interested in coming to visit the campus individually or with your family? Our campus visit program allows you to choose the day that best works for your schedule. Come hear an admissions presentation, tour campus, and meet with an academic department representative. 
  • Up Close and Personal (UCP) 1-on-1 Shadow Visit
    In-person shadow visits are postponed for the time being. We hope to offer a virtual shadow opportunity soon.
    It’s time for you to get "Up Close and Personal" with UofL, through our 1 on 1 shadow visit program, where you can become a college student for a day! Spend the morning or afternoon with a current UofL student and participate in activities with him/her such as sitting in on a class, grabbing a bite to eat at one of our on-campus eateries and conversing with your guide about their personal UofL experience. You’ll also have a chance to meet with an Admissions counselor about scholarship opportunities.
  • OYES (Order Your Educational Steps)
    In-person group visits are postponed for the time being, but virtual group sessions are available.
    Interested in showing your student group why it really is happening here at UofL? Then our OYES Group Visits are just what you're looking for! Visits are tailored to group needs and can include additions such as a tour, student panel, admissions presentation, and lunch on us.  Sign up today!


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