Spalding encourages us to teeing up successful swings in golf and life. We interviewed two Spalding alums: Kendall Hale and Blake Hardesty on how golf lessons can be applied to your professional career. Golf forth and prosper!
As Nonprofit Day approaches, we are shining a light on nonprofit organizations for their ongoing service and dedication to making a difference in our communities. In our nonprofit blog series, we’d like to break down the difference between nonprofits and not-for-profit organizations, while exploring a few nonprofits housed on or near Spalding’s campus.
Can’t spell Louisville without “L-O-V-E!” According to WDRB, Louisville is ranked fourth in the U.S. for most beautiful and affordable places to live! We couldn’t agree more. For Spalding students, working and going to school in the heart of downtown has its perks. With plenty of job opportunities, internships and real-world experiences Louisville is one of the best cities to live, work and succeed. This summer, take the time to check out all that Louisville has to offer.
National Student Clearinghouse Data Breach Spalding University was notified by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) of a recent data breach. An unauthorized party obtained files from within the Clearinghouse’s systems […]
Welcome to the Back to School Part 3: Transfer Process and Prepping for College! My name is Ethan Thornton, I’m the Administrative Coordinator to the Dean of Students. Today we’re going to answer some of your top FAQs about the transfer process and going back to school today. I’ll be interviewing a couple of very knowledgeable guests about the transfer process.