Office of the Vice President

UofL has a rich and proud tradition of working with community.  Under the leadership of President James Ramsey the university is committed to building upon that tradition and extending our reach into community and around the world.  Whether tutoring students in local public schools, giving free health treatment to patients in Appalachia, or building healthier communities in South America, UofL is improving the quality of life for individuals and communities both near and far.

Community engagement is one of five priority areas outlined in our new strategic plan known as The 2020 Plan.  President Ramsey created the Office of Community Engagement in 2008 to coordinate university-wide community engagement.  This office works with the Ideas to Action (i2a) program, the Office of Student Involvement, and other university programs to foster more community engagement opportunities for students and faculty.

Vice President for Community Engagement, Daniel Hall