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The University of Louisville

The University of Louisville

2301 S 3rd St
Louisville, KY 40292-0001
(502) 852-5555

The University of Louisville is a public, 4-year, research institution, founded in 1798. This university, which is 2.6 miles from the heart of downtown, is located in Louisville, KY. It is the the third oldest and the second largest institution in the state of Kentucky. The U of L offers subjects including social work, allied health, and dental hygiene. Students are offered 11 certificates, one degree at the associates level, 49 degrees at the bachelors level, 60 degrees at the masters level, and 32 degrees at the doctoral level by it. 21,234 students sought degrees from the 94 programs at this university in 2010. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges accredits this university. It is one of 3 institutions with a medical school in Kentucky.

Admission

7,755 students applied to this university for admission in 2010. This university admitted close to 72% of applicants or 5,661 students. About 51% of the admitted students are women.

Admission

7,755 students applied to this university for admission in 2010. This university admitted close to 72% of applicants or 5,661 students. About 51% of the admitted students are women.

  • Percent Admitted students who applied: 73%
  • Percent Admitted of women who applied were admitted: 71%
  • Percent Admitted of men who applied were admitted: 74%

Student Demographics

In 2010, 21,234 students were enrolled at this university.

Student Demographics

In 2010, 21,234 students were enrolled at this university.

  • Total Enrolled Male: 10192
  • Total Enrolled Female: 11042
  • Undergraduate Male: 7666
  • Undergraduate Female: 7978
  • Graduate Male: 2516
  • Graduate Female: 3075

Faculty Demographics

The U of L has 2,188 instructors. Around 74% of teachers are full-time and around 25% of faculty are part-time. Close to 58% of faculty are male.

Faculty Demographics

The U of L has 2,188 instructors. Around 74% of teachers are full-time and around 25% of faculty are part-time. Close to 58% of faculty are male.

  • Male: 1288
  • Female: 900
Information based on 2010-12 data from the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.
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