CHARTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Chartered Student Organizations are groups sponsored under the umbrella of a University department and are directly funded by University funds. Listed in parenthesis are the organizations' departmental sponsors.
Active Minds works to utilize the student voice to change
the conversation about mental health on college campuses. The
organization increases students’ awareness of mental health issues,
provides information and resources and encourages students to seek help
as soon as it is needed.
For more information, please contact Counseling Services, x2576
Lake Ambassadors is a leadership organization known
for their professionalism and networking skills. Trained extensively on
the institution’s current statistics, history and traditions to assist
with the Institutional Advancement’s projects and initiatives.
Contact Office of Stewardship and Constituent Relations, x2380
Pursuing Student Excellence
The Pursuing Student Excellence organization provides
social, community, and volunteering opportunities for PSE members
through academic exploration. Members receive intensive counseling and
support services designed to maximize their educational opportunities.
For more information, please contact Project Student Excellence, x8204
Student Admissions Team (S.A.T.)
Students Taking Action Recruiting Students provides
prospective students and their families with high quality communication
and interaction that illustrates the OLLU “person-centered” experience.
Seeking to provide information that is necessary to make a seamless
transition into OLLU.
For more information, please contact the Admissions Office, 434-6711, Ext. 2314
Student Mom's Organization
The Student Moms Organization promotes and offers
guidance for student mothers at OLLU. Providing services and
facilitating the social, educational, financial, and emotional
advancement of women who assume parental roles to succeed in their
For more information, please contact the Center for Women in Church & Society, 434-6711, Ext. 2186.
vOLLUnteer Unity Council
The vOLLUnteer Unity Council is a service programming student organization and one of the five major programs in the Center for Service-Learning and Volunteerism (CSLV). We plan large service events for the campus community, small one-time service projects, and ongoing programs.
For more information, please contact Center for Service-Learning and Volunteerism, 210-434-6711, Ext. 3990