Established in 1798, University of Louisville is a public university located in Louisville, Kentucky. The university’s school of medicine is a pioneer in medical research and procedure, especially organ transplantation. They were also the first in the world to have an emergency room. UofL offers certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in a wide range of disciplines, from medicine and technology to arts and science. It is a large university, with an undergraduate enrolment of more than 15,000. The student population is significantly diverse, and most students opt to live off-campus. The Louisville Cardinals athletic program is among the most successful in the country, making waves in football, basketball, track, and volleyball; Johnny Unitas graduated from here. Other notable alumni include Teddy Bridgewater and Bob Edwards.