The University of Louisville (UofL), an urban, state-supported, public, Research 1 doctoral university located in Kentucky’s largest metropolitan area, is known for its academic excellence, transformational research, service to the community, and advancement of educational opportunity. Founded in 1798, the university has three campuses—the Belknap Campus, housing seven of the university’s 12 colleges and schools, the Health Sciences Center, and the Shelby Campus, located in eastern Jefferson County. UofL serves over 22,600 students enrolled in 88 undergraduate degree programs, 138 graduate degree programs, and 35 certificate and non-degree programs. In fall of 2019, there were over 6,500 students living on-campus, including 18 living-learning/themed communities; 13 percent of the UofL student body were members of 33 national Greek-letter fraternities and sororities; and there were 465 recognized student organizations and 23 sports clubs. With an aspiration of becoming the nation’s premier anti-racist metropolitan research university, the University of Louisville prides itself on celebrating diversity, fostering equity and inclusion, and ensuring a community of care through thought and action. Louisville is a progressive community of nearly one million people with a robust economy, a vibrant arts scene, a nationally ranked public school system, and a rich history infused with Southern hospitality.