University of Louisville Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (17)
I spent several years working and attending college at the University of Louisville. Campus is gorgeous, and there are endless ways to get involved. Since graduation, I'm moved out of state and miss Louisville often. I recently began the MSSW online program and hope to return for graduation!
The University of Louisville gave me an excellent opportunity to explore my interests and figure out exactly what I wanted to do. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology and decided to apply at the University of Louisville for graduate school as well. I am now in the Master's Program of Social Work and I absolutely love it. Every single one of my teachers is dedicated to providing the best education and experience possible for each and every student. The student population is incredibly diverse, which allows everyone to gain different view points and understand the large variety of cultures that make up the world. I love the University of Louisville and recommend the institution for anyone's higher learning.
The chemistry department is filled with high quality professors. The course work is challenging and the professors have high expectations of you, but it is all to serve you. Plus, the faculty is always more than helpful if you're willing to ask. You'll leave UofL with a degree in chemistry and an unlimited potential.
The Accounting program at the University Louisville prepared me to understand all aspects of the business environment by requiring classes in the different business disciplines. The accounting courses were taught by professionals who had worked in the industry thus were extremely knowledgeable in the subject they were teaching. The staff at the University was engaging and would gladly answer any questions that came up throughout my term at the University.
I attained my Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Louisville. The experience was exceptional and the professors were excellent. I have decided to continue my studies through the University of Louisville attaining my Master's of Science in Social work.
The Asian Studies program at the University of Louisville draws from classes in the Humanities, History, Asian Studies, and Political Science departments. Chinese and Japanese are taught on campus, plus there are study abroad options. Try to form the major to your choosing. You can make this degree or graduate certificate program work well for you. The advisors are nice, so as long as your electives deal with Asia, you will be fine. Certain classes are required but they are not too hard, nor is most of the program dictated to you, thus not giving you much option for customization. Some students major in Asian Studies while having a minor or another major (double major). So this can be the main thing you do or a part of something else you want to do with your time on campus. Enjoy.
I never had any problems with anything while attending U of L. I enjoyed my instructors and never felt too overwhelmed with course work. Now I am currently an on-line student and it seems to be going well. I had to take a leave of absence for a year, but I m looking forward to restarting in August.
I really enjoyed attending UOFL. I liked that most of my classes that were involved with my major are in the College of Business, that way I am not running across campus between classes so I am not late. I do wish that UOFL offered business school classes online though. Because I always had to attend class in an actual classroom, I felt it was hard to get an internship or even go ahead and apply for jobs towards the end of my degree because not every company will work around school schedules.
Loved it. Great student organizations. Campus is compact so you can walk everywhere. Tons of upscale affordable housing. Diversity and acceptance.
My college experience at the University of Louisville was phenomenal. I felt welcomed and appreciated and that can be difficult at predominately white institutions for African-American students.