Co-location and Land
The University of Louisville works with industry to locate on or near campus. This may mean everything from assisting startups with finding co-working space, right up to working with companies to open brand new innovation centers, such as FirstBuild (Haier’s GE Appliances) and HIVE (Kindred Healthcare).
We have a variety of facilities and land available. For more information on our campuses, including maps, please see here.
UofL’s main Belknap Campus sits just south of downtown in the area of historic Old Louisville. This park-like campus is 287 acres, and is home to seven of our 12 academic colleges, including the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and College of Arts and Sciences.
Belknap is also home to our world-class sports facilities, including Cardinal Stadium for football, Owsley B. Frazier Cardinal Park for softball, Cardinal Track and Soccer Stadium, Bass-Rudd Tennis Center and the Jim Patterson baseball stadium. This campus is also where you will find our well-stocked Ekstrom Library, newly-renovated Speed Art Museum and our famous cast of Auguste Rodin's The Thinker statue.
HEALTH SCIENCES CAMPUS
In addition to Belknap, our health-related programs are at the Health Sciences Center, located downtown in the beating heart of the Louisville medical district, which includes UofL Hospital.
Our 243-acre Shelbyhurst Campus is located in Eastern Jefferson County, and offers many professional development programs and available conference and events space. The ShelbyHurst Campus is also the location of the Center for Predictive Medicine (a Level 3 biosafety facility) and also the Information Technology Resource Center for the US Department of Homeland Security.
INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMPUS
In downtown Louisville, we have the J.D. Nichols Campus for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which is anchored by One Innovation Center. This campus includes co-working space, research facilities and training programs that help expedite collaboration and shared expertise among researchers and companies.