UofL spring graduate Front row, L to R: Azariah and La-Tisha Frazier Back row, L to R: Braxton, Steven and Keilen Frazier
UofL med school grad inspired to serve the community as a physician
La-Tisha Frazier has looked forward to this year’s commencement for quite a while. Not only will the 43-year-old mother of three receive her MD...
William Dorsey Jones Jr. earned his UofL degree while working as a Los Angeles police officer.
‘UofL is in my DNA:’ Graduate earns his degree while serving as a Los Angeles police officer
Before he had the chance to finish his degree at UofL, Louisville native William Dorsey Jones Jr. moved to Los Angeles in the spring...
Digital Time Capsule, Class of 2020
UofL seniors reflect on what it’s like to graduate in the middle of a global pandemic
When the Class of 2020 first arrived on the University of Louisville campus in the fall of 2016, the most popular app was Pokemon...
UofL Grads 2020
#UofLGrads2020 campaign launches
Seniors, although we’re unable to celebrate commencement with a formal ceremony in May, we still want to recognize your accomplishments. Here’s how you can...
Army vet set to graduate after finding acceptance, support at UofL
U.S. Army veteran Nicholas Kridos wasn’t proud of his grade point average. The 1.6 from his first attempt at college got him turned down...
Cierra Battle, from Waianae, Hawaii, is graduating with a nursing degree. Her plan is to work in labor and delivery overseas, then return to the states to pursue a certification in nurse midwifery and, eventually, open her own practice.
Nursing school grad focused on caring for women and children in Tanzania
The coronavirus pandemic has presented obstacles for students, but it hasn’t stopped senior and nursing major Cierra Battle from making post-graduation plans. With the help...
Blake Cummins, UofL 2020 graduate
UofL student earns his degree with the help of a vast support system
Blake Cummins is a member of UofL's class of 2020, one of five graduates who are part of the PACT (Providing Access to Community...
December grad took 21 years to earn degree. She’s not stopping now
In 2004, Kelly Rowan Burrell was one class away from earning her degree in sociology. She actually walked across the commencement stage in spring...
Diane Endicott and Kim Clark celebrate their College of Education and Human Development degrees earned this month.
Double the determination: Spouses achieve long-sought degrees
Parental caregiving. Family health concerns. Death. Individual health issues. Child-rearing. Full-time jobs. Decades between degrees. Semesters on pause. Steady, slow progression. Then COVID-19. There have...
UofL graduate perseveres through 50-year journey to earn her degree
The COVID-19 pandemic threw a major curveball to spring 2020 graduates everywhere, forcing schools to think up unique ways to celebrate graduates and their...