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Admitted Students (Freshmen)

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Congratulations on Becoming a Saint!

Now that you have been accepted at Our Lady of the Lake University, here are your next steps:

Check your Application Status Page regularly. This is where you will find your acceptance letter and credentials to access “Self-Service” to view your financial aid and scholarship status. If you have not applied for financial aid and plan to do so, you should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  as soon as possible.

1. Getting Started

Your temporary password and more information on this step are available on your Application Status  page.

The $100 deposit will be applied to your tuition bill after you attend an advising and registration appointment. The deposit is required before you can complete the next steps.

Pay your Deposit

After completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submitting it to OLLU, be on the look out for your Financial Aid Award letter from the OLLU Financial Aid Office. Once you have received your award, set up an appointment to review your award and have your questions answered.

Contact the Admissions Office to set up an appointment:
Phone - 210-431-3961
Email -

Deposited students will receive an email from the Advising Office to set up an advising/registration appointment. To request an appointment, please contact the office.Be prepared to share with your adviser information about any dual credit or AP courses you have taken.

Academic Advising Office Contact Information:
Phone – 210-431-3966
Email –

Once you have submitted your Enrollment Deposit, you will be able to sign up for a Lake Day through your Application Status page. All incoming first-year students are required to attend orientation.


2. Before Lake Day Orientation

This step will be available on your OLLU Application Status page once you have submitted the enrollment deposit. You will not be able to submit the housing application if you have not submitted an enrollment deposit. Once you have submitted your enrollment deposit and the housing application is available, click on the next steps tab to complete your application and submit your application fee. 

Apply early and save on the housing deposit:
From January 16 to March 1 - $50 Deposit
From March 2 to May 1 - $100 Deposit
After May1 - $200 Deposit

OLLU requires all students to have health insurance and places the fee for student health insurance on the student bill. Students who have their own health insurance can remove the fee from their bill by providing proof of insurance and waiving the OLLU-provided insurance. Instructions are available on the OLLU Health Services web page.

This step will be available through the “Student Finance" link in the “Self-Service ” (requires your OLLU username and password) section. This step should be completed before attending Lake Day Orientation. Once you complete this step, you are eligible for a free T-shirt from the Student Business Office.

Contact the Student Business Office:
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 3929
Email –


3. Before Classes Begin

Depending on the payment options you selected, your first payment will be due July 1 or Aug. 1. Review payment plan information here. Payments can be made through the “Student Finance” link in “Self-Service ” (requires your OLLU username and password).

You must ask your high school to submit your final transcript with graduation date. It can be submitted electronically or to the address below. In addition, if you opted to submit test scores but have not submitted an official SAT or ACT score report, ask your high school counselor to include a score report with your transcript. Score reports also can be requested from College Board (SAT) or ACT. Use the following OLLU test codes: ACT - 4140, SAT - ​6550. If you have any Dual Credit or Advanced Placement credits, please submit them to the Admissions Office.

All material should be submitted to:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Our Lady of the Lake University
411 S.W. 24th Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207

Texas State law (SB 62) mandates that all entering students under the age of 22 provide a certificate signed by a health care provider or an official immunization record verifying that the student has been vaccinated against bacterial meningitis or has received a booster during the five years preceding admission to the university. Instructions for submitting vaccination record are available on the OLLU Health Services web page.

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