The Dean of Students Office is here to serve you. It’s their job to promote a positive learning experience and give you the opportunities you need to succeed not just academically, but personally, too. Think your student rights have been violated? Dealing with a crisis and need assistance? Maybe you’ve been hospitalized and need to notify your professors? We hope none of these things ever happens to you, but if they should, the Dean of Students Office is here to help.
Students who demonstrate potential for high levels of achievement find multiple opportunities for academic and personal development in the University Honors Program. Nearly 1,200 students are currently involved in Honors work with 750 students enrolled each semester in Honors courses and seminars.
UofL’s Ideas to Action (i2a) plan is designed to sharpen undergraduate students’ critical-thinking skills, starting in the general education program and continuing through undergraduate major courses. Students will be required to demonstrate their critical-thinking skills in a culminating undergraduate experience, such as a thesis, service learning project, internship or capstone project. The goal is to teach you problem-solving skills that make you a hot commodity when you enter the job market.
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