Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) was founded in 1895 by the Congregation of Divine Providence. It was the first among the San Antonio institutions of higher education to receive regional accreditation. This small, Catholic university is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The university offers online degree programs through its Weekend College Office in San Antonio. These programs include B.S. Organizational Leadership, MA of Social Work, MS in Information Systems and Security, MS in Non-Profit Management, MS Organizational Leadership, ME-Master Technology Teacher, ME-School Counseling and MBA in Management. Prospective students can contact an Admissions Counselor to apply.
Consistently included in the upper tier ranking of educational institutions, OLLU was recognized as one of the best regional universities in the West by the US News and World Report. It has been ranked by the Washington Monthly Magazine as among the top 50 master’s universities in the US for contributing to the public good. The university espouses the need to be open to the changing needs of students to remain relevant in their educational service.
Our Lady of the Lake University is especially committed to extending its service to military and veterans. All its online programs as well as all its bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are open to members of the military. Financial aid assistance is provided through discounted tuition rates and military scholarship programs. Regular students can avail of various financial aid options such as grants, loans and scholarship programs as well. Assistance is also extended to students for finding suitable part-time employment on campus.
Applicable tuition rates can be verified through the Weekend College Campus. In general, undergraduate tuition costs is $ 690.00 per hour while master’s tuition cost is $ 700.00 per hour.