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Old 04-05-2010, 09:27 PM
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What would you say are the differences between UofL and Spalding?

I'm considering graduate studies at both. I am legally blind so I need to live somewhere that is easy to walk to campus and allows pets (I live with a guide dog).

I have only been to Louisville once (I am from east KY).

Is it difficult to get around Louisville without a car?

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Old 04-08-2010, 09:06 AM
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UofL and Spaulding are very different in that UL is much larger, has more students and offer more degrees. Spalding is only limited to liberal arts and nursing degrees. What is that you want to study? I would recommend Spalding for you if you want smaller classes and easy access to facilities. Also you won't have to walk as far to classes or make a trip to the inner city for UL.

I would say it is pretty difficult to travel around Louisville without a car. You can try the TARC system which is a bus network that goes all over the city and southern Indiana. However, you might have to make multiple connections in order to get to where you want to go. Louisville is a good city when travelling by car as it is possible to get to all points of the city within 20 minutes due to Louisville's 5 highways and major streets that feedout from Downtown.
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