A record-setting 12 Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) athletic teams have been designated as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Scholar Teams for the 2019-2020 academic year.
With a $2.1 million gift from Verónica Salazar-Escobedo (BA Spanish ʼ65) and her husband Rubén Escobedo, OLLU has launched the Salazar-Escobedo School of Mass Communication and Theater.
Education Reference Desk, a provider of resources and tools for teachers and students, has ranked OLLU's online Master of Social Work program as the 19th most affordable in the U.S.
OLLU Community Counseling Service (CCS) is offering free teletherapy services to Hurricane Laura evacuees. The CCS has been providing bilingual counseling services for more than 40 years on the city's West Side.
Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) traces its history to the vision and prophetic declaration of Mother Florence Walter, superior general of the Congregation of the Sisters of Divine Providence, in the late 19th Century.
For one student, the path to OLLU's PhD program in social work began in crisis. At the age of 13, Carol Meza Bakke experienced domestic violence, physical abuse and rejection.