The mission of the University Police is to maintain public peace and safety, to safeguard the assets of the institution and its faculty, staff, students and visitors and to assist in providing an environment conducive to teaching, research and public service mission of the University.
The Cardinal Card is the official identification card for University of Louisville students, faculty, and staff.
The Career Development Center must support the mission, academic programs and advancement of the institution. Within this context, the primary purpose of the Career Development Center is to assist students and alumni in developing, evaluating, and/or implementing career, education and employment decisions.
Believing that all persons have the capacity to care, to communicate and to dedicate themselves to commitments of their own choosing, the Counseling Center's staff and programs are ready to assist with the personal and academic development of University of Louisville students. Acquiring academic skills, learning how to better communicate, or strengthening an existing relationship are common outcomes at the Counseling Center.
Our vision is an inclusive and accepting campus climate free of bias and hate where students, faculty, staff, and alumni work together to create positive change in the community.
UofL plans and programs are designed to prevent emergencies and to mitigate danger to students, staff and faculty in the event of any type of emergency.
Our mission is to support and enhance students' educational experience by providing clinically excellent, affordable and confidential integrated medical, mental, health promotion and violence prevention services as well as specialized healthcare services to the general University community. Utilizing an ecological health model, we assist the University community in achieving academic and life goals.
The Department of English of the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Louisville offers a full-time program of post-secondary English for international students who expect to enroll in an academic program at the University of Louisville or another American college or university.
The mission of Information Technology is to provide a wide variety of technology-based services in support of the University of Louisville’s research, instruction and service goals. The Information Technology vision is to create an environment of empowerment, efficiency, and effectiveness by providing the University of Louisville and its extended community with technology solutions and services of demonstrated value.
The Office for LGBT Services is part of the Intersection, a space where LGBT and other students come together to explore social justice issues and work across their differences to support the university's broadest vision for a diverse, welcoming campus. All students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, are welcome at the Intersection! If you are looking for a place where you can be yourself and meet new friends, come see us.
The Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice advances the work, study and practice of peace-building, social justice and violence prevention through the development of innovative educational programs, training, service and research.
The University of Louisville strives to foster and sustain an environment of inclusiveness that empowers us all to achieve our highest potential without fear of prejudice or bias. We commit ourselves to building an exemplary educational community that offers a nurturing and challenging intellectual climate, a respect for the spectrum of human diversity, and a genuine understanding of the many differences-including race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, disability, religion, national origin or military status-that enrich a vibrant metropolitan research university. We expect every member of our academic family to embrace the underlying values of this vision and to demonstrate a strong commitment to attracting, retaining and supporting students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of our larger society.
PEACCworks to end power-based personal violence by utilizing a prevention model that decreases victimization and builds capacity for positive relationships and social interactions.
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. We encourage and support students in developing successful college careers.
The student advocate extends to all students, from freshman to graduate, doctoral students and professional degree students, at both Belknap Campus and the Health Sciences Center. The student advocate has a strong sympathy for you as a student and a firm regard for institutional procedures to help resolve complaints and concerns.
UofL supports transportation alternatives which improve health and community while reducing the amount of cars coming to campus, fuel consumed, and emissions generated.
The UofL Women's Center serves as a catalyst for empowering women at UofL and throughout the Louisville area.
The University Writing Center helps any UofL writers--students, faculty, and staff --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, reflection, and revision.