Our Lady of the Lake University at Houston Student Service Center’s Joel Pearson reports that “the month of April was very busy for OLLU – Houston.”
Between April 29 to May 1 OLLU Houston hosted the American Crane School and Crane Operators Certification.
On April 27 three students were inducted into Delta Mu Delta, an International Honor Society in Business.
On April 25 there was a community college counselors and advisors breakfast held on campus.
On April 13 students graduating and on the Dean’s List were recognized for their achievements.
On April 6 the campus hosted the Acres Home Public Library Living Room Event. The event featured people from the community who shared various aspects of their culture.
The Rio Grande Valley is currently working on a campus life spring project.
On April 23 the campus announced that they are looking to expand. In the six years that the campus has been open it has grown and reached its maximum amount of space and RGV Campus Director Patricia Blanco is looking at the possibility of expansion within the next few years.
On April 13 the campus recognized the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Cohort 6. The campus also held a spring luncheon that same day.