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Our place is here HIGHER EDUCATION. HIGHER PURPOSE.

OLLU Offers More Than a Degree

Attending Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) offers so much more than an opportunity to earn a degree. Challenging academics, enthusiastic faculty who mentor and guide you, and a campus community that supports you are just some of the things our students note when describing their OLLU experience.

Add the strong foundation laid by our founders, the Congregation of Divine Providence, our commitment to community service and our long-lasting dedication to social justice, and you have an overall experience that will shape you, your career and your community to make the world a better place. For 125 years, OLLU has created powerful social change through programs that respond to the needs of the times. Become part of this change. Become a Saint!

#1 for affordable tuition among San Antonio private universities

70+ Majors and Minors

Programs Include

  • Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • Biology
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech Pathology)
  • Education
  • Kinesiology
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Mass Communications
  • Psychology
  • Social Work
+ 9 new minors added in 2020-2021

NOTE: Biliterate Certificate (English/Spanish) is available with all undergraduate programs.

Your Books are Covered

There are no textbook fees for undergraduate students through the OLLU All-Access Program.

Student-to- Faculty Ratio: 11-to-1

DOUBLE the value of YOUR DEGREE

OLLU has redesigned the general education requirements to make it much easier to double major or double minor in the same amount of time it normally takes to complete just one major.

HANDS-ON LEARNING experiences are built into courses to help you build your résumé or portfolio long before graduation

Living on Campus

OLLU offers a variety of options for students who wish to live on campus including apartment-style housing and a pet-friendly hall. Living on campus offers the advantage of 24/7 access to campus events, resources and your friends. Living on campus helps you build life-long connections.

Living-Learning Communities

OLLU offers two Living-Learning Communities (LLC):

Live on the same residence hall floor, take courses together, and participate in activities with people who share your interests, passions and goals.

Explore the OLLU Campus

ENROLLMENT: Approximately 3,000 Students

Campus Life at OLLU

200,000+ HOURS of COMMUNITY SERVICE performed by OLLU students during the 2019-2020 academic year.

More than 50 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.

5 FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES dedicated to community and cultural outreach.

18 HONOR SOCIETIES and the OLLU Honors Program give you the opportunity to develop leadership and expertise in your major.

CAMPUS RECREATION program offering fitness classes, intramural sports, outings to area recreational spots, and kayaks to take out on the lake.

ALL STUDENTS can explore their spirituality and learn about other faith traditions

17 Athletic Teams

The Saints compete in the Red River Athletic Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

Men's and Women's

  • Basketball
  • Cheer
  • Cross-Country
  • Dance
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field

Men's

  • Baseball

Women's

  • Softball
  • Volleyball

Cost and Aid

ESTIMATED DIRECT ANNUAL COST for Full-Time Undergraduate Students (12-19 Hours)

  • Tuition $29,038
  • Room $4,690
  • Board 3,300
  • Fees $888

Total Cost $39,916

95% of freshmen receive scholarships and aid making our quality, private education affordable

Scholarships

ACADEMIC – Range from $7,000 - $17,000 per year depending on your academic background.

ENDOWED – A variety of scholarships are available. Visit www.ollusa.edu/FinancialAid

PHI THETA KAPPA – Incoming transfer students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa are eligible for this $3,000 scholarship. Proof of membership required.

ALUMNI – This scholarship is for students related to OLLU alumni. Visit www.ollualumni.com/Scholarship.

HONORS – Students accepted into the OLLU Honors Program may be eligible for additional scholarships. Email honors@ollusa.edu.

MUSIC – This scholarship is for students who are music majors. Audition is required. Visit www.ollusa.edu/cas/programs/music

ATHLETICS – Visit www.ollusaintsathletics.com and complete a recruiting form for the sport of interest.

Check List for Becoming a Saint

Beginning Aug. 1 - Submit Your Application for Admission

OLLU now offers a test-optional admission process. Students can opt out of providing SAT or ACT scores. When you submit your application, let us know whether you will be submitting scores or not. Learn more about our test-optional policy and find out if it is right for you.

www.ollusa.edu/apply or ApplyTexas.org

FRESHMAN DEADLINES: Priority Application - Dec. 1; National Decision Day Deadline - May 1

TRANSFER DEADLINES: Spring Semester - Dec. 1; Summer Semester - April 1; Fall Semester - July 1

FRESHMEN: If you opt to submit your SAT or ACT score to OLLU, use our codes: ACT - 4140, SAT - 6550

Beginning Sept. 1 - Request Transcripts

Ask your high school counselor to submit your transcript to OLLU.

Beginning Oct. 1 - Submit your FAFSA

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. Use OLLU code 003598 so we can receive your information and present you with a financial aid award.

Questions?

Call 210-431-3961 or admissions@ollusa.edu

Office of Undergraduate Admissions | 411 S.W. 24th Street | San Antonio, Texas 78207