Concerns may include: curious about differences between religions and faiths, general questions about different faiths, questions about rituals and practices associated with certain religions and faiths.
Here at the University of Louisville, all students are encouraged to seek campus involvement in activities outside the classroom to help achieve well-rounded personal development. UofL has more than 400 student organizations ranging areas of interest from religious groups, to sports, video games, fraternities and sororities, and everything in between. There is something for everyone - and if you don't find what you're looking for, you can always create a new group!
2100 South Floyd Street, Suite W310
Louisville, KY 40208
2100 South Floyd Street, Suite W310, Louisville, KY 40208
The Cultural Center creates educational opportunities for members of the university community to critically think about their beliefs, values and assumptions as it relates to culture. Our vision is an inclusive and accepting campus climate free of bias and hate where students, faculty, staff, and alumni work together to create positive change in the campus and local community. Porter Scholars, Black Male Initiative and the Hispanic Latinx & Indigenous Initiative are the three main retention programs in the Cultural Center.
RLA exists to provide a consistent liaison to the University in order that open lines of communication may be established. The desire is to listen to and be heard by the University. Affiliation in RLA is voluntary and affiliation does not supersede any other affiliation.