Winter Session - Dec 12 - Jan 3. Registration Opens Oct 16


Winter
Session

The Classes Really Fly By

Registration is Open

Get ahead this winter with a 3 week course offered 100% online.
Whether you want to accelerate your graduation date, need to catch up on a course you missed or just want to squeeze in an elective between semesters, Winter Session is the perfect opportunity. All Winter Session courses are offered 100% online in three intensive weeks. Enrollment is open to current, new, transfer or visiting UofL students.



*January 3 is reserved for comprehensive finals only. If there is no comprehensive final, the last day of that class will be January 2.

COURSES

All classes are 3 credit hours except PHPH 550 (1 cr)
School Code Level Title Credit Hours
Arts & Sciences ANTH 204 UG INTRO TO ARCHAEOLOGY - SBD2 3
ANTH 322 UG ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA - SBH 3
ARTH 203 UG INTRODUCTION TO ART - AH 3
CHEM 101 UG INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY - S 3
CJ 200 UG CRIME AND JUSTICE IN THE U.S. - SB 3
COMM 111 UG INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING - OC 3
COMM 112 UG BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING - OC 3
COMM 201 UG INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION - SB 3
COMM 304 UG ARGUMENT IN EVERYDAY LIFE 3
COMM 315 UG INTRODUCTION TO INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3
HUM 151 UG CREATIVITY AND THE ARTS - AH 3
HUM 152 UG CULTURES OF AMERICA - AHD1 3
HUM 216 UG INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGION - AHD2 3
HUM 338 UG GREEK MYTHOLOGY 3
PHIL 222 UG CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL PROBLEMS - AH 3
PHIL 311 UG INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC 3
POLS 324 UG WOMEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS (cross-listed with WGST 355) 3
PSYC 201 UG INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - SB 3
PSYC 302 UG RESEARCH METHODS FOR PSYCHOLOGY 3
PSYC 308 UG ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
SOC 301 UG INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL STATISTICS 3
SPAN 121 UG SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE I 4
SPAN 123 UG SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN REVIEW 4
SUST 101 UG INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY - SB 3
WGST 355 UG WOMEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS (cross-listed with POLS 324) 3
Business ACCT 201 UG PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
CIS 305 UG DATA ANALYSIS FOR DECISION-MAKING 3
MGMT 401 UG OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3
MGMT 404 UG PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
ECON 201 UG PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS - SB 3
ECON 202 UG PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS - SB 3
Education EDAP 518 GR SURVEY OF LINGUISTICS 3
EDAP 637 GR USING ASSESSMENT TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 3
EDSP 260 UG CLASSROOM BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT 3
EDSP 570 UG AUTISM: INTRODUCTION AND UNDERSTANDING 3
EDSP 570 GR AUTISM: INTRODUCTION AND UNDERSTANDING 3
ELFH 510 GR TEACHING CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 3
ELFH 578 UG WORKPLACE AND INFORMATION ETHICS 3
ELFH 578 GR WORKPLACE AND INFORMATION ETHICS 3
ELFH 663 GR METHODS OF FACILITATION 3
ELFH 680 GR LEGAL ISSUES: POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION 3
HSS 397 UG MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3
HSS 402 UG PRACTICUM IN HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE 1
SPAD 382 UG SPORT MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP 3
SPAD 401 UG CAREER DEVELOPMENT 3
SPAD 530 UG SPORT PROMOTION AND SALES 3
SPAD 530 GR SPORT PROMOTION AND SALES 3
SPAD 561 UG SPORT AND FILM 3
SPAD 561 GR SPORT AND FILM 3
Social Work SW 201 UG INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK - SBD1 3
SW 204 UG INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL STATISTICS 3
SW 333 UG/GR SOCIAL WORK AND HUMAN SEXUALITY (cross-listed with SW 633) 3
SW 460 UG/GR MOTIVATION AND CHANGE (cross-listed with SW 660) 3
SW 633 GR SOCIAL WORK AND HUMAN SEXUALITY 3
SW 636 GR DEATH AND GRIEF 3
SW 642 GR PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 3
SW 659 GR INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY THERAPY 3
SW 660 GR MOTIVATION AND CHANGE (cross-listed with SW 460) 3

Course code designations (AH, D1, D2 OC, QR, S, SL, B, SB, SBH, WC) appear in the course title (as an extension of the title) for the Cardinal Core courses. These codes are used for tracking purposes and indicate the general education requirement(s) that the course fulfills. Some courses are assigned more than one code if they fulfill more than one requirement.


AH – Arts & Humanities

D1 - U.S. Diversity

D2 - Global Diversity

OC – Oral communication

QR – Quantitative reasoning

S - Natural Sciences

SL – Natural Sciences (lab only)

B – Natural Sciences (lab built in)

SB - Social & Behavioral Sciences

SBHSB (Historical Perspective)

WC – Written communication



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TOP 5 REASONS TO TAKE WINTER SESSION CLASSES


ONE

You get to be the boss of the schedule. Log in to class
whenever you want and leave when you're done.

TWO

You can plow your degree forward even in 12 feet of snow
(as long as the power doesn’t go out!)

THREE

You can attend class from the comfort of your own bed or even
Aunt Millie’s kitchen table up in Kenosha.

FOUR

You get to move through 15 weeks of work in just 22 days,
which is like 500% faster.

FIVE

You can get ahead of the wait list.
Take your course while everyone else is hibernating.
 

TUITION

  • Cost

    All online courses are charged the standard Distance Education tuition rates:

    • $497/credit for undergraduate courses
    • $714/credit for graduate courses
    • $250/credit for all active duty military*

    *Active-Duty is defined as on orders for 180 days or more. Any student planning on using military benefits should contact the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services prior to enrollment. Connect with Carissa Gentry at 502.852.0998 or carissa.gentry@louisville.edu.

    Online courses are charged at a different hourly rate than regular courses. Students are charged in full for online courses according to those rates even if taking a full-time course load. Tuition rate does not include costs associated with a specific course or program, such as textbooks.

    UofL employees and dependents may use their tuition remission benefits for Winter Session classes provided they have not reached their limit for the fall term. Winter Session is considered part of the fall term. For more information about tuition remission, see http://louisville.edu/hr/benefits/education.

    Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time without prior notice. The summary on this page is intended to provide a quick reference for students. For more information and updates, visit the UofL Bursar's page.

  • Financial Aid

    For Financial Aid processing, the Winter Session is considered part of the fall semester at the University of Louisville however, you are billed separately for these courses. The Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students in determining their aid eligibility for the winter session so it is important to talk with a Financial Aid Counselor as soon as you decide to enroll in the Winter Session.

    For your planning purposes:

    • Current UofL students, it is best to talk with a financial aid counselor as soon as you plan to register for the winter session to see what options may be available to you. Limited financial aid may be available for current students and is not guaranteed.
    • Visiting students are not eligible for financial aid for the winter session.
    • Contact the Financial Aid office immediately after registering for the Winter Session so we can process any available aid quickly. Financial aid must be processed by 12/10/2018 to allow for the funds to arrive before the university closes for the holidays on 12/14/2018.

    FAFSA – Financial Aid may be available if you have remaining eligibility from your aid programs.

    • You need to have FAFSA on file for 2018-2019
      • If you do not have 2018-2019 FAFSA on file, you will need to complete it as soon as possible using your 2016 tax information at www.fafsa.gov
      • If you are a transfer student, make sure UofL’s school code (001999) is on your FAFSA

    Scholarships - Check scholarship availability with the department in which you are enrolled. Trustees/Porter/Cardinal Covenant scholarships cannot be used during the winter session per the terms of condition for the scholarship program.

    KRS tuition waiver - Students with KRS documentation on file associated with veterans, police officers, firefighters, state employees, supervising or resource teachers, and foster or adopted children will be automatically awarded tuition benefits as long as standard eligibility conditions are met.

    Kentucky State Grant or KEES - state money only applies to the traditional fall and spring terms and will not pay for the winter session.

    For information regarding financial aid, please contact UofL’s office (http://louisville.edu/financialaid) at 502.852.5511 or finaid@louisville.edu. Please note that the Financial Aid office will be closed 12/25/18 – 1/1/19. Students who need to speak with a financial aid counselor about aid for winter session must contact the office prior to Thursday, 12/20/18.

    Student Financial Aid Office
    University of Louisville
    Louisville, KY 40292

  • Billing
    • Students will receive a tuition bill for Winter Session 2 days after registration.
    • Bills will be due Thursday, December 13, 2018. Lack of payment could result in penalty including the assessment of a financial hold which will restrict the ability to add/drop future registrations.
    • Payment Options may be reviewed on the Bursar’s Homepage.

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SUPPORT

During Winter Session, the following support services will be available:


  • Library Support

    Ekstrom Libraries will operate on intersession hours between 12/12/18 – 1/6/19.

    Day Date Hours
    Wednesday - Friday December 12 - 14 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Saturday - Tuesday December 15 – January 1 Closed
    Wednesday - Friday January 2 - 4 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Saturday - Sunday January 5 - 6 Closed

    Spring semester begins Monday, January 7, 2019 – Regular hours resume

    Winter Session students will have access to online databases, journals, research guides and DIY resources designed specifically to support online students.

    Online Library Resources

    • Distance Library Services – Homepage for distance education library resources and support.
    • Subject Guides – The library’s Subject Guides provide links to recommended databases and other research resources grouped by subject area. All library databases are available 24/7 during Winter Session.
    • Research DIY – Research DIY breaks down the research process for students and includes videos, infographics, and step-by-step instructions for searching databases, finding quality sources, writing a research paper, and more.
    • Ask a Librarian – Students can use this form to contact a librarian with reference or other library-related questions during Winter Session. Please allow 24 hours for a response.

    UofL students may also use their student IDs at any of the seven participating Metroversity libraries. To see a list of participating libraries, please visit http://metroversity.org/libraries

  • Academic Support
    • The University of Louisville Writing Center (including the Virtual Writing Center) will be closed from 12/13/18 – 1/8/18. However, students can access valuable resources such as FAQS and instructional videos by visiting http://louisville.edu/writingcenter/for-students-1
    • Information about REACH tutoring services can be found by visiting www.reach.louisville.edu. Tutoring is only available online during Winter Session, and only for the following courses from 12/12/18 – 12/23/18:
      • CHEM 101
      • CIS 305
      • PHIL 211
      • PSYC 201 & 302
      • SPAN 121 & 123
      • SOC 201 & 301
  • Technical Support
    • Student Tech support services are available throughout the Winter Session by phone at (502) 852-7997.
    • Helpdesk hours are available every day from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. except on 12/25/18.
    • If you have an urgent request during off hours, call the helpdesk and your call will be transferred to an on-call technician, or you can leave your request on voicemail. Your call will be returned the next day starting at 7 a.m. unless you specify a time.
  • Disability Resource Center
    • The University of Louisville is committed to equal opportunity for all academically qualified students and does not discriminate based on disability. The mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is to coordinate services that ensure individuals with disabilities have equal access to take full advantage of the University's educational, social and cultural opportunities. For more information, please visit http://louisville.edu/disability/ or call (502) 852-6938. The Disability Resource Center will remain open until 12/14/18.
  • Urgent, Crisis, and Emergency Information
    • The University of Louisville Police Department (ULPD) will remain on duty throughout Winter Session.
    • Hotlines and Additional Resources:
      • Hope Now Hotline: (502) 589-4313 or 1-800-221-0446
        • This 24/7 hotline is a resource by a local Louisville agency: Centerstone (formerly Seven Counties Services). Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing can call using KY Relay at 711.
      • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
          This 24/7 hotline is a national resource which connects you to a crisis center nearest your location.
    • The Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386
      • This 24/7 hotline is a resource specifically for youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ).
    • Emergency Psychiatry at University of Louisville Hospital: (502) 562-3120
    • In case of imminent danger to self or others, please call 911 or ULPD.

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REGISTER/APPLY

Registration for the Winter Session classes is now open!

Students on campus in the winter Please note: if you have not applied to the university, you must apply for admission before registering for Winter Session courses. See details in sections below. If you applied but have not been admitted, you will be able to register once you have been admitted and activated your account.

Classes start on December 12 and end on January 3 for comprehensive finals only. If there is no comprehensive final, the last day of that class is January 2, 2019. Last day to drop/add classes is December 13.


Register Now!  

The registration form will require you to enter your information and select the class you would like to add. Your registration request will be sent via email to the Registrar’s Office for processing. If you do not receive a reply within 48 hours of your request, please send an email to register@louisville.edu.


 

  • I’m a Current UofL Student

    If you are currently enrolled (continuing student) at UofL, you may register now. If you have not already done so, please speak with your advisor if you are interested in registering for Winter Session courses.

  • I’m a New or Transfer Student

    If you want to take Winter Session courses at UofL as a new, readmitted or transfer, you will need to complete an application for admission. Please apply early to ensure there is enough time to process your application. Based on your qualifications, you can apply to an undergraduate or graduate program:

    How to apply:

    • Undergraduate Admission – visit page
      • Submit application and $25 application fee
    • Graduate Admission – visit page
      1. Contact the Graduate Program of interest to determine eligibility for the course or degree program
      2. Submit the graduate application for degree status to the program of interest OR Submit the graduate application as a non-degree visiting student to the graduate program offering the course (by established deadline) at http://louisville.edu/graduate.
      3. Pay the graduate application fee of $65
      4. The graduate program will make the admission decision and notify Graduate Admissions
      5. Graduate Admissions will process the admit, so that the student may register for Winter Session courses

    If you plan to apply to an online program at UofL and have questions or need more details, connect with us using the form below. For all campus programs, please visit the respective school or department’s website.


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    Our Online Learning enrollment counselors are standing by to answer questions and provide more information.

  • I'm a Visiting or Returning Student

    If you are currently attending other institutions or have graduated from UofL and are interested in taking Winter Session courses at UofL as a visiting student, you will need to complete an application for admission and indicate that you will be a “non-degree” student.

    If you are a returning (post-master’s) student interested in taking a Winter Session course, you are required to submit an application for admission to the Graduate School indicating that you will be a “non-degree” student.

    Please apply early to ensure there is enough time to process your application.

    How to apply:

    Undergraduate students:

    1. Visit undergraduate application page
    2. Submit application and $25 application fee

    Graduate students:

    1. Contact the Graduate Program of interest to determine eligibility for the course or degree program
    2. Submit the graduate application as a non-degree visiting student to the graduate program offering the course (by established deadline). http://louisville.edu/graduate
    3. Pay the $65 graduate application fee
    4. Visiting students will not need to use the online letter of recommendation option, as letters are not required
    5. Visiting students will need a visiting student letter/and or official transcript (sent directly from the home school) to Graduate Admissions. Degree seeking students will need to submit all required program documents.
    6. The graduate program will make the admission decision and notify Graduate Admissions
    7. Graduate Admissions will process the admit, so that the student may register for Winter Session courses

    Note: Visiting students do not need to use the online letter of recommendation option, as letters will not be required.


    I Would Like More Information  

    Our Online Learning enrollment counselors are standing by to answer questions and provide more information. We hope you'll join us this winter and take advantage of our three-week intensive session.

 

Winter Session 2018 Add/Drop/Withdraw Calendar


Winter Session 2018 Dec. 12 - Jan. 3
Classes Begin Dec. 12
Last Day to Add or Drop
- 100% Tuition Credit
Dec. 13
Last Day to Add or Drop
- 50% Tuition Credit
Dec. 14
Last Day to Add or Drop
- 25% Tuition Credi
t
Dec. 17
Last Day to Withdraw Dec. 21
Last Day of Classes Jan. 2
Final Exams Jan. 3 (if needed)

*The last day to add is also the last day to delete a course from your record. After that date, a grade of "W" is assigned for all withdrawals.

Courses may be Dropped/Withdrawn via ULink under the Fall 2018 term.



We hope you'll join us this winter and take advantage of our three-week intensive session!