Among the local options are nationally recognized institutions, and students have many options for continuing their education:
With more than 22,000 students, and twelve different colleges and schools, including medicine, law, dentistry and business; the university has been an anchor to our community for decades.
A key component of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, Jefferson Community College is an affordable option for many local students. Jefferson Community and Technical College has over 14,000 students on five campuses, the largest enrollment in the state community and technical college system.
A private, Catholic university, Bellarmine is located on the edge of downtown and places an emphasis on an education based in the liberal arts.
The state’s largest independent four-year institution, Sullivan University offers practical degrees that are likely to lead to specific fields such as accountancy, nursing, pharmacy and graduate programs.
Established in 1814, Spalding University has a long history of educating students in the Greater Louisville area.