September 27, 2020

Lake Front News

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Houston campus starts spring with major events

Our Lady of the Lake University is most known for it’s main campus in San Antonio, however the University also has two more locations in Houston and La Feria in addition to online programs. Throughout this semester Lake Front News will provide events and happenings at both locations to highlight OLLU’s missions of ensuring quality, innovative undergraduate and graduate learning experiences as a University, fostering spiritual, personal and professional growth and preparing students for success and continued service.

Our Lady of the Lake University is most known for it’s main campus in San Antonio, however the University also has two more locations in Houston and La Feria in addition to online programs. Throughout this semester Lake Front News will provide events and happenings at both locations to highlight OLLU’s missions of ensuring quality, innovative undergraduate and graduate learning experiences as a University, fostering spiritual, personal and professional growth and preparing students for success and continued service.

Our Lady of the Lake University’s Houston campus offers evening and weekend programs to cater to those needing more flexibility than a traditional college schedule permits. With an emphasis on evening and weekend courses the Houston campus offers several bachelor’s and master’s programs as well as a doctoral degree option in leadership studies.

This semester the Houston campus kicked off the Spring semester with two major events. On Jan. 26 the Fall 2018 Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society Induction was held. Emceed by Dr. Tricia Phillips, three students “were inducted for their high academic achievement,” student success coordinator Joel Pearson said. The students were Shabana Budhawani (BBA, MGMT), Wayland Squier (BBA, MGMT) and Sana Ali (MBA).

On Jan. 25 OLLU Houston “hosted high schools from Spring, Klein and Alien ISD and Harmony Science Academy. Students enjoyed presentations from Lone Star College – University Park (Physics), Prairie View A&M University (Engineering), Klein ISD (Land Surveying and GIS), Aldine ISD (Aeorspace Engineering) and Siemens (Oil and Gas). Students also enjoyed demonstrations on robotics and bridge tensile strength,” Pearson said. “The event also included a college and university showcase that included OLLU Houston, Prairie View A&M University, Lone Star College – University Park, College of Health Care Professions and the College of Interactive Technology.” This event was part of ‘Passport to Your Future,’ established by the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce that exposes secondary students to colleges, universities and professional industries.

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