Bellarmine has a 54-hectare campus located in the rolling hills of one of the most beautiful residential neighborhoods in Louisville, Kentucky.
Louisville is America's 16th largest and one of the safest cities with a diverse population, an award-winning arts scene, many sports and a park system designed by Frederick Law Olmstead who also created Central Park in New York City. The Bellarmine campus is in walking distance to Bardstown Road, an eclectic area filled with local shops, boutiques and restaurants.
Peer mentors are arranged for all international students and efforts are made to have international students room with U.S. students who study languages, or who have studied abroad.
All full-time, out-of-town first-, second- and third year students are required to live on campus, all in walking distance to Louisville's most dynamic restaurants, cafes and shopping scene.
Bellarmine has nine residence halls. Rooms are predominately double-occupancy all with central air conditioning. Rooms contain a phone, cable TV outlets, beds, desks, chairs, bookshelves, corkboards, desk lamps, mirror and wastebaskets. TV lounges, game rooms, computer labs, communal kitchens and laundry facilities are available in each residence hall.
Health Services and international dining options are available on campus.