Campus Housing is open for students who cannot return to their permanent residence.
Students who are able to stay away from campus and have internet access to complete their courses are encouraged to do so. Additionally, if you need to pick up items from your campus housing, you are welcome to do so.
By March 29, all students will be asked to move out of our campus traditional and suite-style residence halls (Threlkeld, Miller, Unitas, Community Park, Kurz, Louisville and Billy Minardi). This is extremely important to increase social distance for health and safety.
We understand that some students will have to stay on campus because we are your home. If you are in this category and need an exception, please log into the UofL housing portal and complete the “Housing exception form for Spring 2020” located on the home page immediately, and we will work to accommodate your need before the March 29 deadline, pending space availability.
Students who do move out of our campus residence halls must log into the Housing Portal on our homepage to submit a Cancellation Request. This cancellation will affect the duration of your housing license agreement. Review our express check-out instructions and proceed with move-out by March 29.
If you have no outstanding balances you may have a pro-rated portion of your housing costs and meal plan dining dollars credited to the fall semester in the 2020-2021 school year.
At this time, only carry-out is available at dining locations.
Information on hours and open locations can be found on the Campus Dish website. Meal plans can be used at all campus locations.
The Cardinal Cupboard is open by appointment only Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, closed weekends. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set an appointment time. You will need to bring your Student ID card or know your ULink userID (ex: ccbird01). Great care is being taken to ensure that the cupboard stays clean with your health in mind.
Effective immediately, all events hosted by the University of Louisville or at a University of Louisville facility will be postponed or cancelled through April 28.
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The Libraries will continue to support the University community during this next phase of the COVID-19 response. The University Libraries webpage will be the central portal to conduct research and access resources. Librarians will continue to provide research assistance and remote library and information literacy instruction. More updates and information can be found here:
Ekstrom Library will be open for limited hours to UofL students, staff and faculty with a current UofL identification card. Please use the West entrance during operating hours. The East entrance will remain closed and locked. Book circulation and office delivery are suspended indefinitely. Please ignore automated emails on past-due materials. Outgoing Interlibrary Loan requests for physical materials will be suspended, but requests for PDFs of articles will be filled as available. Get research help through the online chat service. Set up online research appointments via library.louisville.edu/librarian-specialty. For information on online/remote library and information literacy instruction, please contact Rob.Detmering@louisville.edu.
Kornhauser Health Sciences Library
Effective March 27, the Kornhauser Library is closed to all UofL patrons, staff and faculty. At this time, they plan to reopen on April 28. During Kornhauser's closing, online resources will be available to patrons via the Ask a Librarian service.
Recreation & Fitness
The Student Recreation Center and HSC Fitness Center are closed following guidance from state and public health officials.
Intramurals Online Fitness Classes
Join live during the week on Instagram (@ULSRC) or watch recordings at your convenience. A weekly schedule will be posted every Monday morning to include two or three classes every day such as Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga with HIIT, Cardio Blast, Hardcore Abs, Lower Body Burn and Full Body Circuit Training. All classes are designed for all fitness levels and will not require any equipment of your own.
Jogging/walking routes have been created around and near campus to range from one mile to nearly four and a half miles in length.