Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is located in the Belknap Academic Building, and is home to Exploratory & Transition Advising, First Year Experience, Student Success Ambassadors, and Student Success Coordinators.
SSC's COVID-19 Update
Please visit the UofL novel coronavirus site for the latest information on the university’s reponse to COVID-19.
The Student Success Center's staff and services continue to be available remotely. Advisors, Student Success Coordinators and other staff can video conference, call or email with you in lieu of in-person meetings. We are monitoring our phones and email, so don't hesitate to reach out. If you're not sure where to begin, contact our main lines:
Offices across campus are working together to support our students in every way we can at this difficult time. Find out more about resources that can assist you as you transition to remote learning, prepare for summer/fall registration, and work to take care of yourself during this uncertain time. You're not alone. We're in this together.
If you are undecided, not yet admitted to your unit of choice, or questioning your major or fit - we are here to help! Call 502.852.7969 to make an advising appointment.
We promote new student engagement and success at UofL by providing enriching curricular and co-curricular opportunities that help students develop fundamental skills, knowledge and personal connections essential from their first year through graduation.
Ambassadors begin work with first time freshmen starting at Welcome Week and continuing through the first year. They can help ease your college transitions, form campus connections and facilitate your success at UofL. Your Ambassador can offer you valuable insights and support for academic and personal challenges that you're likely to encounter as new or returning student.
The University of Louisville’s Student Success Coordinators are a resource for students that need extra assistance navigating their college experience, overcoming obstacles and completing the path to graduation. We work collaboratively with faculty, advisors and other student services staff to provide guidance and support to students that are experiencing academic, financial or personal difficulties.