GENERAL ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
Lady of the Lake College welcomes applications from all interested
students without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, mental or physical disability, marital status,
sexual orientation or veteran's status. The College is committed to
making fair and timely decisions on applications submitted.
Admissions Office actively encourages the referral of prospective
freshman and transfer students from alumni, OLOL College faculty and
staff, high school counselors and community contacts. The office
makes available special contact forms for these referrals, to
maintain records regarding personal contact with prospective
Applications will be considered by evaluating prospective students’
likelihood of success at OLOL College.
College operates on a two-semester plan with an additional
multi-session summer term. Qualified applicants may initiate their
studies at the beginning of any semester or term.
Note: The printed version of the catalog is subject to change. The
official catalog of Our Lady of the Lake College is the online
version, which is updated as necessary and may be accessed at
For detailed information concerning
admission, please see those sections of this catalog.
ALL students must
notify the Office of Admissions prior to registering if any of the
following conditions apply:
The student has attended another school since last attending
OLOL College. The student must have an official transcript sent
from the school she/he attended.
The student must be eligible to re-enroll at the last school
attended before she/he returns to OLOL College.
Failure to submit this transcript by the 30th day of the
first term after returning to OLOL College could result in a
registration hold on the student's record.
The student has disciplinary actions pending at the last
institution attended since matriculation at OLOL College.
The student has been convicted of a crime other than a minor
traffic violation since last attending OLOL College.
Failure to notify the College of any of the above conditions could
result in College sanctions, including expulsion.
students enrolling for the first time at OLOL College or after an
absence of one semester or more must furnish proof of immunization
for (or immunity to) measles, meningitis, mumps, rubella, tetanus,
diphtheria and tuberculosis screening prior to enrollment at the
College. The required proof should be submitted to the Office of
Campus Health and Safety, 5414 Brittany Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70808.
Office of Admissions
5414 Brittany Drive
Rouge, LA 70808
E-MAIL •OLOL Collegeinfo@ololcollege.edu
SITE • www.ololcollege.edu