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About the School:

The University of Louisville is a public research institution that was founded in 1798. It has a total enrollment of more than 21,000 students, and the campus size is 287-acre. UL is classified as “R1: Doctoral University” with very high research activity. Admission to this institution is considered somewhat competitive, with an acceptance rate of 69%. On average, students who get enrolled here have an SAT score between 1070 to 1290 or an ACT score of 22 to 29.

The university is accredited to award associate, bachelor, master, specialist, doctoral, and first-professional degrees. Popular areas of study include business, nursing, journalism, psychology, education, and marketing. In addition, the cost of education at the University of Louisville is comparatively more expensive than the national average. Tuition & fee for in-state students is approx. $12,300, and out-of-state students are charged approx. $28,500.

Online Presence:

The university offers online academic programs from bachelor's through doctoral levels, including several certification programs. The tuition rates vary depending on the program you have chosen. In addition, U.S. Federal Government employees can apply for 10% off from the standard rates. To see the list of programs available, visit their program finder page.

Accreditation:

The University of Louisville has accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission.

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