Sullivan has a massive online presence throughout the country and in other parts of the world, but even without factoring in the web-enrolled students, it still has the largest student body out of any private school in Kentucky. Last I checked there were five or six thousand students here, which doesn’t sound like a lot compared to other massive institutions in the city like UK or LU, but for a private school it’s a fair amount. Its main campus in Louisville is somewhat urban, but somewhat suburban at the same time. The city is accessible, but isn’t right in your face everywhere you go, which is nice. However, some students choose to live closer to Louisville’s downtown, but it’s up to you whether you choose to do that or not. Sullivan holds the distinction of being the very first private school to be deemed deserving of SACS approval, which is an association created by the US Dept of Education. The school’s excellence spreads across its three campuses in Louisville, Fort Knox, and Lexington. There are many degrees you can pursue here, but like every school, Sullivan has its specialties. The main one that I always hear about is their culinary program, so any aspiring chefs should look into those classes. It also has a great HR program, and reputable management degrees. They also have a unique system that offers degrees in shorter time frames than normal schools, so be sure to look into that as well if you’re interested in the school.
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