UofL’s Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning started working with academic units in 2001 to offer online programs.
UofL’s Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning started working with academic units in 2001 to offer online programs. With these new courses, UofL will have more than 50 online programs.

The University of Louisville entered into an agreement with the Federal Academic Alliance through which UofL offers 1.8 million employees of the federal government a 10% tuition scholarship for all UofL Online Programs.

UofL is one of just 23-member universities nationwide of the Federal Academic Alliance. At UofL there are currently over 50 online undergraduate, graduate, certificate and doctoral programs offered. UofL’s online programs achieved several distinctions in the U.S. News and World Report 2021 ratings, including; Best Online Programs “Bachelors” and Best Online Programs “Grad Education.”

Through the Federal Academic Alliance, colleges and universities provide educational opportunities to the federal workforce. It was created to help the federal government address critical skills gaps and mission critical occupations such as economics, human resources, cyber security, auditors, acquisition and science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

As a Federal Academic Alliance member institution, UofL Online Learning will host a booth at the Virtual Federal Government Education and Professional Development Symposium on Sept. 14. Sharon Kerrick, Assistant Vice President of the Digital Transformation Center, will present “How Data Analytics and Digital Literacy Can Propel Your Career.” This symposium is an event to assist federal employees with workforce skills and development enhancement.

To learn more about UofL’s Federal Academic Alliance member benefits, view UofL’s FAA page.