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UofL Admissions are "All In"!

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  • Cardinal Couples

    Glenn Whitfield, 88E, 89GE, and Mary Lou (Holtgrave) Whitfield, 90A, met on Belknap campus at a football tailgate as sophomores, married right after graduation, and have been together ever since. Glenn was a member of the UofL Soccer team. Glenn was one of the founding members of Sigma Chi fraternity chapter at UofL, and served at music director of WLCV while MaryLou was a founder of the Sigma Chi Little Sisters and a member of Phi Mu Epsilon honor society.

    Glenn and Mary Lou are the proud parents of four children and daughter Casey was a top player on UofL Women’s Soccer team. Their daughter Maddie currently attends UofL. We are honored that the Whitfield’s love for each other, and the Cardinals, is still going strong!

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  • Donors and Dancers For the Kids

    raiseRED is the only student-run organization that supports the clinical and medical research efforts at UofL. The year-long fundraising campaign culminates in an 18-hour dance marathon on campus. Last year’s event raised over $226,000.

  • UofL Bioengineers Develop Bionic Hand

    University of Louisville's bioengineering department designed and built a bionic hand for six-year-old Lucas Abraham. He received three different models to fit his hand.

  • Support of Pediatrics

    Specialists with University of Louisville Physicians have announced they performed a surgery to separate 7-week-old conjoined twin girls on Nov. 11 at Kosair Children’s Hospital. Read the story online, learn about the UofL for Kids Campaign, and support UofL's medical departments.

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The University of Louisville is so incredibly lucky to have the gifts of time and financial support from so many generous donors, and we are honored to share the direct impact these of these gifts.

Carol Martin, VP of Korrect Optical Inc., recently visited the Kentucky Lions Eye Center, which serves as the epicenter of ophthalmology at the University of Louisville. She had an eye injury requiring special treatment from UofL’s Dr. William Nunery. Carol made a full recovery, but while at the eye center she witnessed a need to help provide glasses to those in the Louisville community who were not able to purchase them. Thank you to Carol and Korrect Optical who made a gift to the University of Louisville by providing 288 pairs of glasses to people in this community! Learn more and make a gift.