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University of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2011 – Spring 2012

Academic Facilities and Support Services


University Libraries

The University offers an extensive library system


designed to support undergraduate and graduate
research. The Library system consists of the Ekstrom
(Main) Library, the Art Library, the Law Library, the
Music Library, the Health Sciences Library, and the
University Archives and Records Center. Total
library holdings number more than 2 million
volumes. The libraries subscribe to 6,478 printed
journals and to approximately 55,000 electronic
journals, e-books and electronic databases.
In addition, the libraries hold over 2 million
microforms. Interlibrary Loan services of the
Ekstrom and Kornhauser libraries provide access to
collections of the Kentuckiana Metroversity libraries,
the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual Library
(KYVL), and other libraries throughout the state, faculty and staff with a valid ID, open when the rest
nation and the world for materials not owned by the of the library closes at midnight. In addition, the
University of Louisville Libraries. The libraries’ library is home to the Copyright Permission Office,
collections are accessed through the Minerva online the University Writing Center, the McConnell Center
catalog at: http://minerva.louisville.edu/. for Political Leadership, the Delphi Center for
Teaching and Learning, the Anne Braden Institute,
The William F. Ekstrom Library the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice
The Ekstrom Library contains over 1.5 million items. and the McConnell/Chao Archives. For more
Ekstrom Library offers an array of multidisciplinary information, see:
information services and collections and is the largest http://louisville.edu/library/ekstrom.
library facility at the University. The library is a
depository for United States government publications Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library
and receives approximately 79% of titles available The Art Library, located on the main floor of
from the Government Printing Office. The library has Schneider Hall, meets the research needs of the
a new Learning Commons, including the Media Department of Fine Arts and the university at large,
Resources with a superb collection of videos relating housing materials in art, design, art history and
to race, gender and diversity, REACH, Reference architectural history. The Art Library has more than
Services and the Digital Media Suite. In addition, 90,000 volumes, subscribes to over 300 domestic and
Ekstrom library includes five state-of-the-art learning foreign journals and museum bulletins, provides
labs, the Elaine Chao Auditorium, special services for access to the major electronic indexes, has hundreds
users with disabilities, the Bingham Poetry Room and of videos and dvds and a large collection of artists
the Granville A. Bunton African American books. The Art Library also has a rare book room
Collection. which holds rare and scarce volumes as well as
Photographic Archives and Rare Books feature archival materials. Art Library materials circulate
primary source materials, including nearly 2 million only to faculty and graduate students. For more
fine art and documentary history photographs, information, see: http://louisville.edu/library/art.
literary and historic manuscripts, maps, and rare
books, for use within the Special Collections reading Kornhauser Health Sciences Library
room on the ground floor of Ekstrom Library.
The Kornhauser Library, located in the downtown
Reproduction services are available. For more
health sciences center, meets the information needs
information, see
of the schools of dentistry, medicine, nursing and
http://louisville.edu/library/ekstrom/special/special.ht
public health and information sciences. It serves as a
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regional resource library of the National Network of
Libraries of Medicine and is a significant resource for
Ekstrom Library also houses the Tulip Tree Café
the health sciences community of the Louisville area
with a secure 24 hour study area for UofL students,

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and the western half of Kentucky. http://louisville.edu/library/music/.


Founded in 1837, the Kornhauser Library provides
databases of health sciences literature, electronic
books and journals, clinical decision making tools,
and exam preparation materials. The library’s University Archives and Records Center
collection includes over 255,000 volumes, including
The University Archives is a research repository of
over 4,000 electronic journals.
The Kornhauser Library is the oldest health sciences national significance. It contains primary sources
library west of the Alleghenies and houses an relating to the university, Louisville, and the nation.
extensive historical collection and archive with many It collects, preserves, and makes available for
materials dating to the 16th and 17th centuries. Images research historical manuscripts, oral history
from the archives, including 18th and 19th century interviews, and other primary research materials, and
class photos from the nursing and medical schools thus serves as a research laboratory for humanists,
are available online as part of the library’s digital social scientists and others from the area, the US and
collections. These collections as well as our other other countries. Its collections include nineteenth and
resources can be found at: twentieth century records of area businesses, cultural
http://louisville.edu/library/kornhauser. organizations, social service agencies, and churches;
and personal papers of politicians, scholars, members
Law Library of the Jewish and African-American communities,
and women. For more information, see:
The library of the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law http://louisville.edu/library/archives .
contains more than 253,000 volumes and
microforms, emphasizing primary and secondary Information Technology Services
resources in United States law. Special collections UofL’s Information Technology unit (IT) provides a
include the papers and correspondence of U.S. variety of technology-based services in support of the
Supreme Court Justices John Marshall Harlan and university’s students, faculty and staff. IT also
Louis D. Brandeis. The library is a selective supports the instruction and research missions of the
depository for federal government documents, and a university by providing imaging and television
hardcopy depository for U.S. Supreme Court records services, graphical design, copy and printing services.
and briefs. For more information, see Additional information concerning IT services can be
http://www.law.louisville.edu/library. found on the IT web pages at: http://louisville.edu/it.
Dwight Anderson Music Library iTech Xpress is UofL’s technology store for
The Music Library houses the largest academic students, faculty and staff. The store is located in the
collection of music in the State of Kentucky. Miller Information Technology Center (lower level)
Founded in 1947, the library’s mission has been to and online at http://louisville.edu/it/itechxpress.
provide materials in support of the curriculum of the iTech Xpress offers discounted software and
School of Music and the research of its faculty. In downloads, computers, copy services, mobile
recent years, coverage has been extended to broadband loaner cards and computer repair.
accommodate the growth of music-related study
throughout the University. Total holdings exceed Copy Centers serve Belknap campus (from iTech
120,000 volumes, including more than 30,000 books, Xpress in the Miller IT Center) and the Health
51,000 musical scores, and 33,000 sound recordings. Sciences campus (from a location in the Dental
Special collections include the Traipsin’ Woman School basement) to provide photocopying, high-
(Jean Thomas) Collection, the Isidore Philipp speed duplicating, poster printing and document
Archive and Memorial Library, and the Hattie Bishop preparation services with a wide variety of finishing
Speed Collection. The library’s Kentucky Sheet options. Both centers support preparation and
Music Collection--with an emphasis on music distribution of instructional packets for faculty.
publications from Louisville--is the most extensive in
the region. Also noteworthy is a collection of over Multiple computing centers and labs provide access
400 eighteenth and early-nineteenth century prints to academic software, UofL information and the
and manuscripts from the noble Ricasoli family of Internet. iTech Zone, in the lower level of Miller IT
Tuscany. In addition, the music library also serves as Center, is the primary computing center on Belknap
the repository for all materials related to the world- Campus. In addition to individual workstations,
renown Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition. iTech Zone offers peer tutoring through a partnership
For more information, see: with REACH, collaborative workspace for group

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assignments and a nine screen high-definition, This office provides academic support for all students
surround-sound video wall for student events. The involved in the University’s intercollegiate athletic
primary computing center for the Health Sciences programs. The academic performance of all student
students is located in the School of Nursing building athletes is monitored during the semester as well as
room 3008. Additional public workstations in high- their progress toward graduation. A liaison is
traffic locations provide access to email. IT’s maintained with the faculty through close
HelpDesk (502-852-7997) is available to assist collaboration with the Committee on Academic
students with technology questions and issues. Performance. Services offered include academic
counseling, tutoring, objective based study hall
iTech Connect offers free face-to-face technology programs, and referral to other university offices to
consulting in the lower level of Miller IT Center on ensure that student athletes are informed about other
Belknap campus and in K-Wing Building room 3008 available resources.
on the Health Sciences campus. Each location www.uoflsports.com/school-bio/lou-academic-
features a digital media lab in which students have services.html .
access to the hardware and software needed to make
their own movies. iTech Media Lab, in Strickler REACH (Resources for Academic Achievement)
Hall basement (room LL14), also offers free access to Resources for Academic Achievement (REACH) is
movie-making tools. the university’s centralized academic support unit for
undergraduate students. REACH conducts multiple
iTech Xplore offers free technology training to services and programs from six different centers
students. Topics include video editing, creating located in Strickler Hall, Ekstrom Library, and the
research posters, Microsoft applications and much Miller South Informational Technology Building.
more. Students can learn more online at These services and programs are designed to assist
http://louisville.edu/it/training. students in making a successful transition and
connection to university culture and in achieving
Information Technology supports enterprise academic success in the college classroom. REACH’s
administrative and academic applications such as mission statement, values statement, goals, and
email. Students can learn more about email by annual reports are available at:
visiting: http://www.louisville.edu/email. ULink, the http://www.reach.louisville.edu/about/
university portal, provides students, faculty and staff
with access to a wide range of information and The Learning Resource Center (Strickler 107, 111
services. The Blackboard learning system is widely WEST):
used to support instruction and provide an online
learning community. Scheduled Tutoring offers students small group
tutoring sessions each week for 100, 200, and many
The university has extensive networking, including a 300 level courses. These sessions provide guided
40 gigabit campus backbone network, a high-speed study and review of course material. Tutoring
intercampus fiber network, cable TV, microwave, requests are made on-line and appointments are
and IP video networks. Telephone services are scheduled for one-hour sessions.
provided through a voice over IP (VoIP) system, More information at:
including phones in the residence halls equipped with http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/
emergency alerts. A satellite uplink connects to Supplemental Instruction (SI) offers students large
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) Star group study sessions connected to specific college
Channels system, and the university is a member of courses. Two to three study sessions are scheduled
KET. and conducted by peer leaders in recitation style each
week for fall and spring semesters. SI is offered for
The university has access to high-speed Internet many Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and other
service through the Kentucky Postsecondary historically difficult courses.
Education Network (KPEN) and has a 10Gbps More information at:
connection to Internet2. Wireless Internet service is http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/si/
widely available across Belknap and Health Sciences Learning Assistance (LA) offers students large
campuses with access in scheduled classrooms and group study sessions connected to specific college
many public areas. courses. These study sessions are conducted at the
request of department faculty who identify and
Athletic Academic Services collaborate with the peer leaders. Two to three

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sessions are scheduled and taught in recitation style of operation. Resources include a mini-computer lab
each week for fall and spring semesters. Peer leaders for mathematics software and Web-based instruction
may provide drop-in office hours. required by university courses, course textbooks,
More information at: solution manuals and videos.
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/la/ More information at:
Individual Tutoring is offered for students who http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/math/
have documented physical or learning disabilities.
Documentation must be provided to REACH from The Virtual Math Center (Strickler 331 EAST):
the Disabilities Resource Center at the time of the
student’s request. Students receive individualized Mathematics tutoring is offered to any student
tutoring and receive additional tutoring time in enrolled in 100 and 200 level university mathematics
scheduled appointments each week. courses including Calculus I and II offered by the
Student Success Seminars are open to any College of Arts and Sciences and offered by the
university student. Seminars provide instruction in Speed School of Engineering. All tutoring is drop-in
50 minute sessions on specific topics of interest to during the hours of operation. The online Virtual
college students. Topics always include college Math Center is offered from this computer center as a
strategies such as time management, lecture note Blackboard organization. The online center provides
taking, textbook reading, critical thinking, and test- resources specific to each mathematics course tutored
taking. including practice exams and solutions. Online
More information at: resources are available at all times and additionally,
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/seminars/ the virtual center provides scheduled hours of online,
Exam Preparation Sessions offer students synchronous tutoring.
opportunities to prepare for CLEP, a national testing More information at:
program designed to help students earn testing credit http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/math/vmc.ht
for selected general education courses. Additionally, ml
a series of instructional sessions are offered for ADVANCE in Mathematics is a fee-based
graduate and professional school exams led by peer mathematics program offered during the summer, fall
leaders who have earned high scores on these exams. and spring semesters. This short term program
Exam preparation sessions will vary each semester, provides intensive algebra review for students who
but may include sessions for the GRE, GMAT, seek to improve their placement in university
MCAT, LSAT, and DAT. mathematics courses or for students who seek to
More information at: improve their algebra skills before registering for
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/general/ entry-level mathematics courses.
More information at:
Supplemented College Reading Course (GEN 105) http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/math/advanc
is an intervention course required by KY state law for e.htm
first-time, first-year students with less than 24 credit The Calculus Preview Program is a fee-based
hours who are admitted to the university who have summer program designed for first-year Speed
identified college reading deficiencies. Identified School of Engineering students. Students are
students are required to register for a section of GEN referred to this program based on scores earned on
105 (1 credit hour) in their first college semester. All the online Algebra Readiness exam available to all
GEN 105 course sections require concurrent new engineering students following each summer
registration with a linked general education course in orientation. This program provides an advanced
Biology, Psychology, or History. algebra review to help students prepare for calculus
More information at: http://www.reach.louisville.edu in Speed Scientific.
More information at:
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/math/calculu
The Math Resource Center (Strickler 226 EAST): s.html

Mathematics tutoring is offered to any student The Computer Resource Center (1st Floor
enrolled in 100 and 200 level university mathematics Learning Commons in Ekstrom Library)
courses including Calculus I and II offered by the ITech Zone (1st Floor Miller South Information
College of Arts and Sciences and offered by the Technology Building):
Speed School of Engineering and to any student
enrolled in JCTC Pathways courses offered onsite at Both computer centers provide computer science
the university. All tutoring is drop-in during the hours tutoring for any student enrolled in Computer

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Information Systems courses offered by the College with computers, free coffee and tea in Strickler 126
of Business and offered by the Speed School of daily. This program conducts welcome-back events,
Engineering. Study sessions or exam review sessions holiday-themed events, special events, and supports
specific to computer science courses may be finals instructional activities by offering students
scheduled in these centers each semester. All general refreshments and academic success information
computer literacy and course-specific software during fall and spring semesters.
tutoring is drop-in and for any university student More information at:
during each center’s hours of operation. Both centers http://www.reach.louisville.edu/about/welcome.html
serve as locations for referral for all student questions
regarding Blackboard software used for UofL course
management/support. The ITechZone represents Career Development Center
collaboration between Information Technology and
REACH. The Computer Resource Center in Ekstrom The Career Development Center at the University of
Library is a partner in the library’s Learning Louisville assists UofL students and alumni in the
Commons. process of exploring, deciding, and managing their
More information at: unique career goals during college and after
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/computer/ graduation. Whether a freshman or a senior, a
The Delphi Digital Media Suite located beside the graduate student or alumnus it is never too early nor
computer center in Ekstrom Library assists students too late to begin the process of investing in your
to create and edit images and videos for course future. You can rely on UofL career programs and
projects assigned by university courses. Trained by services to help develop the career management
Delphi staff, REACH peer tutors work with students knowledge and skills you need to be competitive in
in class groups or individually to learn multimedia today's workplace.
skills.
More information at: How we can help?
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/tutoring/computer/d
ms.html  Individualized Career Counseling -
Career Coaches are available to assist with
The REACH Welcome Center (Strickler 126 and choosing or changing majors, assessing abilities,
lobby): interests and values, clarifying career goals,
writing a resume or cover letter, preparing for
The Academic Development Office provides a interviews, conducting a job search, or preparing
group of professional and specialized advisors who to attend graduate school. Each Coach is
serve as academic coaches for university identified assigned to one of the schools or colleges of the
groups of students who are likely to experience university, so they know the academic programs
difficulty in making the transition to the university or of study and are uniquely qualified to help
who are experiencing academic difficulty. These because they understand the career opportunities
groups include the following: the Cardinal Covenant within each specific field and/or area of interest.
Program; first-year students admitted by exception to  Experiential Education through Internships and
the university; scholarship students who have earned Cooperative Education Opportunities -
grade point averages below their scholarship Gain “real world” work experience related to
requirements; students in academic warning. your major while still in school through a part-
More information at: time job, an internship or a cooperative
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/ads/ education assignment. Visit our office to learn
The Ambassador Peer Mentoring Program more about how to participate and let us help
provides a peer mentor for any first-year student or you make the connections necessary for success.
transfer student who registers for this assistance.
Peer mentors are trained second-year students who  On-line Career Resources available 24/7 -
conduct personal and online academic and social Visit the newly updated Career Development
mentoring with their mentees during an academic Center webpage to learn more about what career
year. The program offers leadership and service development programs, services and resources
events and activities to encourage undergraduate are available at http://louisville.edu/career.
student engagement.  On-Campus Interviews with nationally ranked
More information at: employers -
http://www.reach.louisville.edu/mentoring/ The on-campus recruiting program provides the
The REACHout Program provides a study lounge opportunity to meet face-to-face with potential

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employers while interviewing for professional Coaches today by calling 852-6701. We will meet
entry level and cooperative education positions with you, assess your career development needs,
with national and international organizations orient you to our services and help you develop a
from across the country. plan of action.
 On-line Portfolio Services -
Through Interfolio, house on-line your
references, transcripts, performance evaluations,
and even portfolio information for a minimal fee.
All materials are available to potential employers
and/or graduate schools 24/7 - A must have on-
line tool for today's savvy job seeker.
 Opportunities to network with employers -
The UofL Career Development Center also hosts
several career and information fairs throughout
the academic year, providing you the opportunity
to learn more about career opportunities and find
employment. This is a great way to begin
learning how to network and start building a list
of professional contacts, obtain opportunities to
interview with a wide variety of organizations,
and possibly obtain a job offer.
 On-line Management of your Job Search through
Cards CareerLink -
Utilizing Cards CareerLink, your personal career
management system, browse thousands of on
and off-campus part-time, work study, full-time,
internship, cooperative education and/or summer
positions, posted by employers wanting to hire
UofL students and grads. Visit
http://louisville.edu/career to login and create
your account today.
 Customized Presentations on a wide variety of
topics related to Career Management -
Upon request, the Career Development Center
will provide your class or organization with a
tailored presentation on Resume Writing, Cover
Letter Writing, Cooperative Education, How to
Conduct Your Job Search, or even a Career
Services Overview. Just let us know what you
want to know and we'll be there. The Career
Development Center also offers an on-going
series of programs available each semester.
Watch for the upcoming schedule of informative
presentations at http://louisville.edu/career.
 Graduate School Information -
If you are interested in going on to Graduate
school, the UofL Career Development Center
can assist you with the selection and application
process and helping to develop the knowledge
and skills needed to manage a successful grad
school application process.

How to get started?


Make an appointment with one of our Career

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Where are we located? http://louisville.edu/disability.


UofL Career Development Center, Houchens
Building LL04/03 or on-line at Student Health and Insurance
www.louisville.edu/career. There are two campus health and one health
promotion center located within the University to
Counseling Center meet your health care needs while you are on
The Counseling Center’s mission is to assist students campus. The centers are located at the Health
in securing timely and appropriate responses to Sciences Center (HSC) and Cardinal Station. These
personal, educational, psychological and centers provide immunizations, provider visits for
developmental concerns. Time-limited individual physicals and acute illnesses, travel evaluations and
counseling, group counseling, and referral services sports physicals among other services to the campus
are provided at no charge. Psychiatric services are community. No appointment is required but we
also available after counselor referral. All currently encourage you to call ahead of time. Our health
enrolled students are eligible for the Center’s promotions program provides a variety of health
services. All counseling and testing are completely education programming on a variety of subjects
confidential to the limits provided by law. The Center including healthy eating, cooking skills, and alcohol
provides information on mental health issues through to name a few.
a variety of outlets including the distribution of
pamphlets, on-line at our website and as a part of The University of Louisville offers a major medical
psycho-educational programs offered in the residence insurance plan to meet student health care needs. This
halls and across campus. The Center also provides plan is a major medical and hospitalization plan
testing for Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit which has coverage for both inpatient and outpatient
Hyperactivity Disorder. Please contact the services. Similar to an HMO, the Health Services
Counseling Center at (502) 852-6585 or visit our Office serves as the primary care provider.
webpage at http://louisville.edu/counseling .
Purchase of the plan provides coverage for physician
Off Campus Student Services visits at either of the Health Services Offices (HSO)
sites. Spouses and dependents of insured students are
Off Campus Student Services provide opportunities eligible for the benefits for an additional premium.
for students who reside off campus to become Insured spouses are eligible to be seen at the Health
engaged and connected in the University community Service Offices. Children under the age of 18 are not
through various programs and services. Through eligible for services at the Health Service, but may
student organizations, events and services, off use any local pediatric or family medicine provider.
campus students can fully participate in the For more information or appointments please call one
University. Whether you are enrolling in one class or of the numbers below or visit us at:
embarking on a new career, the area provides a www.louisville.edu/campushealth
friendly, supportive environment where students may
come for information, advocacy, or a place to study Students without insurance must accept the Primary
or relax. Davidson Hall 105 lounge area and the Care Health Fee (PCHF) each semester through the
Student Activities Center provide services and the online waiver process. The PCHF provides for office
“living room” areas for off campus students. visits at the health center and some limited testing.
Students with commercial insurance will be billed for
Disability Resource Center services provided unless they pay the PCHF and all
The Disability Resource Center coordinates services services received are provided under the PCHF.
and programs for students and prospective students Any services beyond the scope of the PCHF, would
with disabilities. Accommodations and support be billed to commercial insurance or be the
services are individualized, depending on the needs responsibility of the student.
of each student. Services and programs are designed
to assure access for qualified students with
disabilities to all programs and activities of the Cardinal Station Health Center (502) 852-6479
university Students are strongly encouraged to make HSC Health Center (502) 852-6446
early contact with the Disability Resource Center to Health Promotions (502) 852-1914
assure adequate time to implement support services. Insurance Advocate (502) 852-6519
Please contact the Disability Resource Center at
(502)852–6938 or visit our web page at

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programs, connections to UofL, mentoring and other


Testing Services opportunities before transfer, assistance with the
This office serves as a National and University transfer process and support after transfer. Students
testing agency. Campus testing includes: UL Faculty interested in the University of Louisville Transfer
make-up exams, placement exams (Math); test-out Program can learn more about programs, transfer
exams (CLEP); Correspondence exams and CIS 100. coursework and opportunities by visiting the Ultra
There are over 50 national exams including the ACT, website at www.louisville.edu/ultra or by calling
SAT, and LSAT. Also a Prometric center for (502)213-4582.
computerized exams such as GRE, MCAT, and
TOEFL. Registration materials are available in JCTC and UofL also work collaboratively to address
Testing Services, (Davidson Hall, 310) or at the the needs of students who are admitted to UofL in
information booths. good standing but who need some developmental
coursework.
The web address is: http://louisville.edu/testing.
Additional contact information:
Tawana McWhorter
Ideas to Action Jefferson Education Center, Suite 900
200 West Broadway
Ideas to Action: Using Critical Thinking to Foster Louisville, KY 40202
Student Learning and Community Engagement is the (502) 213-2541
University of Louisville’s Quality Enhancement Plan ultra@louisville.edu
(QEP) as required by its accrediting agency, the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Ideas
to Action (I2A) is the University’s multi-year
initiative to promote meaningful transformation of
our undergraduate programs through intentionally
connecting and sharing learning outcomes and
curricular enhancements in order to foster students'
critical thinking skills and promote community
engagement in academic, co-curricular and real-
world contexts. For more information, visit the I2A
website: http://louisville.edu/ideastoaction/.

ULTRA: The University of Louisville Transfer


Program
The ULtra Program combines the commitment and
resources of the University of Louisville (UofL),
Jefferson Community and Technical Colleges
(JCTC), the Kentucky Community and Technical
College system (KCTCS) and Jefferson County
Public Schools (JCPCS) so that all Kentucky students
have access to a baccalaureate degree.

ULtra is a program for students who choose, or who


are advised by University of Louisville Admissions,
to begin their academic career at Jefferson
Community and Technical College (or any KCTCS
institution) before transferring to UofL to complete a
Bachelor’s degree. These students are encouraged to
complete an Associate’s degree before transfer but
may transfer after completing 24 college credit hours
with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (GPA
requirements for some degree programs may be
higher.). ULtra is located on the JCTC campuses and
provides transfer specific advising for UofL degree

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