Q: How do I apply to use GI Bill® benefits at UofL?
A: See our VA Education Benefits page
Q: Who do I contact for assistance with Tuition Assistance issues?
Q: Where I can I find information on the tuition rates for active duty?
A: You can click on this link https://louisville.edu/bursar/tuitionfee/active-duty-and-coast-guard-tuition-rates-2021-2022
Q: What do I need to do to receive the $250 per credit hour military tuition rate?
A: Please provide a copy of either your tuition assistance authorization or current orders (greater than 180 days) to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found on our Military-Connected Student Benefits page.
Q: I am listed as a non-resident, but I have eligibility for In-state Residency under Section 702 of the Veterans Choice Act. How do I get my rate adjusted?
Q: I am deploying, what are my options for courses I am currently enrolled in?
Q: Where do I go to register for class?
A: Go to Registrar’s website: Registration Process — Registrar's Office (louisville.edu)
Q: Where can I find information about Support Services, Engagement, and Volunteering?
A: Click on this link: https://louisville.edu/titleix
Q: How do I find internship and job opportunities?
A: UofL utilizes both Handshake and Symplicity platforms for internship, co-op, part-time, entry level, and full-time positions. In addition, there are career-related workshops and career fairs throughout the academic year to learn about opportunities and meet employers.
Students majoring in Arts & Sciences, Dentistry, Education and Human Development, Medicine, Music, Nursing, Public Health, or Social Work: Cards Career Connection powered by Handshake
Students majoring in Business or Engineering: Cardinal Careers powered by Symplicity
Law School students: Symplicity
Q: Are there on-campus or virtual career events for me?
A: Yes! There are several career fairs each fall and spring semester. There are career fairs for all students and major- or college/school-specific events. Plus, the various career centers at UofL host employers for information tables or virtual sessions, career panels, networking events, and more. View events in Handshake and Symplicity or contact your career center for details.
Q: How can I meet with someone to discuss my career options?
A: Each career center at UofL has staff to meet with you to discuss your career aspirations, exploration, and opportunities, as well as offer assistance with résumés, cover letters, interviewing, and more.
Q: How do I translate my military experience for civilian employers?
A: Your military experience is rich with skills that make you a strong candidate for civilian positions. Learning how to translate your experience on your résumé, in a cover letter, at a career event, or during an interview is essential. Meeting with a career coach is the best way to gain advice on parlaying your experience into civilian terminology. (See How can I meet with someone to discuss my career options? for information on scheduling an appointment with your career center.) Along with one-on-one assistance, there are external resources to help you.
Q: If I am facing a crisis at home (financial, housing, hunger, homelessness, etc), what resources are available to me at the University?
A: Please reach out to the University of Louisville: ConcernCenter and they can provide individualized support for your situation, including information on Military Support Services