Paralegal Studies students recently had an opportunity to hear from working paralegals from the Louisville legal community, including Sullivan graduates, when they attended the 22nd annual Paralegal Roundtable Discussion sponsored by the Institute for Legal Studies on Sullivan University’s Louisville campus. Students were especially fortunate this year as two roundtable discussions were conducted – one…Details
On Saturday, November 8, a community event was held in honor of Veterans Day at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership. It was sponsored by Jeff Kennedy, owner of HOPE: Business Training Development Institutes, a retired veteran himself and the son of a Korean and Vietnam War veteran. The purpose of the program was…Details
Misty Sinkfield is a Hotel & Restaurant Management student at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus. Here, Misty explains in her own words why she chose Sullivan, and how her college experience is going so far. I chose Sullivan because of the hospitality. I checked into other institutes, and no one seemed very interested in the hospitality part…Details
On October 30, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus hosted a campus-wide Halloween party, complete with a costume contest, caramel apple bar, and Minute to Win it Games. The day finished with a flag football competition between faculty, staff and students. As always, there was a good turn out of people wearing costumes. Some of the crowd…Details
Housing students from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus carved pumpkins together on Thursday, October 30. Some students had never carved pumpkins before, so this was a new, fun experience for them! Sullivan’s Student Life department provided all the pumpkins and utensils, and the housing students provided all the creativity!
On Friday, October 24, five students from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus competed in the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Competition. San Pellegrino’s website states: “Each year we host the leading culinary schools across the U.S. and Canada in a spirited cooking competition that spotlights the best and the brightest. Culinary students compete before the food…Details
Departments across the Sullivan University Lexington campus participated in a door-decorating contest to raise awareness for breast cancer. The winner of the contest was the library, so be sure to congratulate Sullivan’s librarians for their creative door decoration! In addition to the contest, the campus also held fundraisers to collect donations to the American Cancer…Details
Sullivan University’s Lexington campus sponsored a student trip to Kings Island on Saturday, October 18. Around 20 students attended the event, which included admission to the park as well as access to the Halloween-themed activities throughout the park. Everyone who attended had a great time!
This is third year that Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS) has participated in the Annual Mayor’s International Gala – Sister Cities of Louisville. Held at the Muhammad Ali Center, it’s a stellar opportunity to promote Sullivan’s Culinary Arts program and the talent of its students. This event celebrates friendly relations and mutual understanding around…Details
Sullivan University alum Brad Jones wrote a book called Black Walls Turn Gray, a novel about the war in Afghanistan and its effect on our country’s military families. Jones is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps who was deployed in Afghanistan. He is originally from Mt. Sterling, KY and holds an MBA from…Details