Continuing Studies is a non-degree status that allows you to take up to 24 credits. Credits may be transferred to an academic program at UofL, if you are admitted to a degree program. Continuing Studies students fully participate in all aspects of courses including assignments, discussions and exams. Class Status: All Open Closed * Community-Based Learning (CBL) is a UofL designation that describes a course that explicitly engages students in studying and/or addressing community issues in order to enhance students' understanding and application of academic content.
The University of Louisville | MedCenter One 501 E. Broadway, Suite 370 | Louisville, KY 40202. Continuing studies: Students 65+ enrolled at UofL. This class of students can attend the university tuition free; however, they must pay for books and parking. According to the University of Louisville Office of Institutional Research and Planning, there are 110 adults enrolled in the Continuing studies program. Of those, there are 53 adult students who are 65 and older.
To search for classes, go under Search Options and select a semester. After selecting your search options, click the Search button. programs under the semester you selected should show up on the Search Results. To view the program's detail page, you may click the program Title link. To add a program to your Shopping Cart, click Register. Louisville Education Center. Since 1985, Indiana Wesleyan University has been serving the specific educational needs of adult students. IWU is an evangelical Christian college that also offers adult education and degree completion programs. You can earn an associate, bachelor's or graduate degree in the following areas of study.