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Hi I am interested in having the contact address of the President’s Office of University of Louisville as well as the Facts & Figures of the University and also the different undergraduate courses which are conducted by University of Louisville?
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Old January 23rd, 2017, 12:54 PM
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The University of Louisville is a state bolstered explore college situated in Kentucky's biggest metropolitan region. It was a municipally upheld open organization for a long time before joining the college framework in 1970.

The University has three grounds. The 287-section of land Belknap Campus is three miles from downtown Louisville and houses seven of the college's 12 universities and schools.

The Health Sciences Center is arranged in downtown Louisville's restorative complex and houses the college's wellbeing related projects and the University of Louisville Hospital. The 243-section of land Shelby Campus is situated in eastern Jefferson County.

Undergraduate Courses

Accountancy
Aerospace Studies
Air Force ROTC
American Sign Language Interpreting Studies
Anthropology
Army ROTC
Art
Art Education
Art History
Asian Studies
Atmospheric Science
Bioengineering
Biology
Business Administration
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Chinese Studies
Civil Engineering
Classical Languages
Communication
Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Dental Hygiene
Early Elementary Education
Economics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
English
Entrepreneurship
Equine
Exercise Science
Finance
Foreign Language
Foreign Literature
French
Geography
History
Honors Program
Humanities
Industrial Engineering
International Business
Italian
Jazz
Latin
Latin American and Latino Studies
Liberal Studies, the Individualized Majors Program
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Middle & Secondary Education
Middle East and Islamic Studies Program
Military Science
Music
Music Composition
Music Education
Music History
Music Instrumental & Vocal Performance
Music Theory
Music Therapy
Nursing
Organizational Leadership and Learning
Organizational Leadership and Learning - Healthcare Leadership (Online)
Pan-African Studies
Paralegal Studies
Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation (Certificate)
Peace Studies
Philosophy
Physical Education (Non-Teacher Certification)
Physical Education (with Teacher Preparation)
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Health
Religious Studies
Social Change (Minor)
Social Work (BSW)
Sociology
Spanish
Special Education
Sport Administration
Theatre Arts
Urban and Regional Analysis
Women’s and Gender Studies


Facts & Figures (Fall 2015)

Mission:
Kentucky's premier, nationally recognized metropolitan research university

Established:
1798

President:
Neville G. Pinto, active president

Student Body:
22,367 (Fall 2015)

Average ACT:
25.5 (Fall 2015)

Faculty and Staff: 6,997 (excluding instruction/research assistants)

Alumni:
More than 141,000 residing in the United States and around the world

Operating Budget
2015-16:
$1.2 billion including $140.4 million from the Commonwealth of Kentucky)

Endowment:
$796.9 million (FY 2015)

Federal Funding:
$66.4 million (FY 2015)

Athletic Conference:
Atlantic Coast Conference

Mascot:
Cardinal
Address:

Office of the President
Grawemeyer Hall
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky 40292
CONTACT
tel (502) 852-5417
fax (502) 852-7226
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