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Spring 2015 Honor Roll

Congratulations to our students who made the Summer 2014 semester Deans’ and President’s lists for outstanding academic work.

President's List

  1. Kristen Abrusley
  2. Amy Alsman
  3. Stephanie Amedee
  4. Demi Armbruster
  5. Jessica Ashford
  6. Rusti Bellue
  7. Baylee Bennett
  8. Meagan Bourgeois
  9. Heidi Broussard
  10. Lacey Brunson
  11. Drew Cashio
  12. Clare Chiappetta
  13. Mary Chiappetta
  14. James Coco
  15. Jena Courville
  16. Savanna Cox
  17. Kayla Craft
  18. Danielle Dalfrey
  19. Elizabeth Dauer
  20. Marguerite Desselle
  21. Ashley Dugas
  22. Sara Duhe'
  23. Jordan Duhon
  24. Ashley Dykes
  25. Emily Farnet
  26. Jodi Faught
  27. Alicia Geiger
  28. Lacy Goree
  29. Kierstin Hayes
  30. Jacquelyn Hazey
  31. Jasmin Hoang
  32. Lauren Hotstream
  33. Kayleigh Hull
  34. Cassie Huot
  35. Amy Kell
  36. Aaron Kelly
  37. Anitria King
  38. Ashley Kumler
  39. Susan Landry
  40. Morgan Leblanc
  41. Sarah McDaniel
  42. Madison Miciotto
  43. Danielle Middleton
  44. Sara Miller
  45. Michael Miller
  46. Brittany Millien
  47. Michael Napolitano
  48. Maria Palermo
  49. Flavia Pires
  50. Amanda Prendergast
  51. Andrea Ramirez
  52. Katelyn Rusk
  53. Allie Schexnayder
  54. Allison Shelton
  55. Kaitlyn Stott
  56. Sean Swetledge
  57. Tasha Thomas
  58. Ashley Troegel
  59. Jacquelyn Velasquez
  60. Sarah Voth
  61. Brianna Waguespack
  62. Emily Westfall
  63. James Young

Deans' List

  1. Katie Bailey
  2. Angela Barnes
  3. Kristen Barre
  4. Rebecca Baygents
  5. Tammy Beard
  6. Melissa Beene
  7. Jourdan Bencaz
  8. Shelby Bennett
  9. Kelly Blackledge
  10. Fallon Blank
  11. Marita Bonvillian
  12. Taylor Booth
  13. Morgan Bourgoyne
  14. Kirstie Bridges
  15. Meagan Browning
  16. Katelyn Burdette
  17. Emily Burlett
  18. Lauren Burstall
  19. Karnika Campbell
  20. Lauren Casanova
  21. Melissa Chu
  22. Hillary Clark
  23. Jenna Clark
  24. Ariel D'Amico
  25. Taylor Danna
  26. Elizabeth Dauzat
  27. Nicole Davis
  28. Nicollette Davis
  29. Teryn Derouen
  30. Londyn Domingue
  31. Emmalea Dugas
  32. Sydney Duplessis
  33. Meaghan Durand
  34. Amber Duval
  35. Ardina Edwards
  36. Erin Ficklin
  37. Tiffany Figuero
  38. Brittany Flowers
  39. Melchizedek Fonacier
  40. Paige Foote
  41. Alyssa Forbes
  42. Kaleb Franklin
  43. Kristian Friley
  44. Pamela Garretson
  45. Zarafshan Ghulam Ali
  46. Kaitlyn Goudeau
  47. Ronald Grice
  48. Dashera Gros
  49. Bailie Guidry
  50. Reagan Guidry
  51. Justin Gutermuth
  52. Chelsea Hawkins
  53. Andria Hebron
  54. Catherine Helm
  55. Tramisha Henderson
  56. Gene Henry
  57. Sarah Hilburn
  58. Kali Hodges
  59. Lakeisha Houston
  60. Clara Huesing
  61. Amber Hunt
  62. Tranessa Hunter
  63. Teyona James
  64. Shelby Jarreau
  65. Desiree Jeansonne
  66. Kassa Jefferson
  67. Matthew Johnson
  68. Courtney Juneau
  69. Akaldeep Kaur
  70. Bradley King
  71. Lacie Lambert
  72. Travis Lambert
  73. Emily Lasseigne
  74. Caitlin Lavergne
  75. Patricia Leblanc
  76. Amber Letourneau
  77. Lauren Lombardino
  78. Chelsea Louque
  79. Ashley Mathis
  80. Ryan McGriff
  81. Daniel Melancon
  82. Hollie Messina
  83. Rachel Miller
  84. Mallory Millet
  85. Emily Moody
  86. Ana Maria Morales
  87. Julie Ngo
  88. Tien Nguyen
  89. Elizabeth Nichols
  90. Katie Nuza
  91. Kelli O'Leary
  92. Leigh Papcsy
  93. Jherrica Parker
  94. Julianna Parker
  95. Aubrey Parker
  96. Pooja Patel
  97. Karla Pearson
  98. Jacqueleen Picou
  99. Joseph Pierce
  100. Peyton Pollard
  101. Celeste Quebedeaux
  102. Erica Racca
  103. Shereen Richard
  104. Bria Rivet
  105. Sarah Rosenthal
  106. Autumn Rounds Knox
  107. Sarah Saizan
  108. Kaitlyn Samson
  109. Taylor Settoon
  110. Madison Sheets
  111. Kristin Simoneaux
  112. Qian Smith
  113. Mikalyn Spangler
  114. Rachel St Germain
  115. Hannah Stafford
  116. Mandy Stroud
  117. Tara Sturgeon
  118. Kolton Tate
  119. Hope Thibodaux
  120. Shania Tullier
  121. Daniel Verret
  122. Adam Vincent
  123. Harrison Walter
  124. Tori Whaley
  125. Muriel Williams
  126. Jazell Williams
  127. Kenzia Wilson

FSA ID to replace Federal Student Aid PIN!

Please note that beginning May 10, 2015 an FSA ID will "replace" your FAFSA PIN as the way to confirm your identity when accessing your financial aid information through certain U.S. Department of Education websites (Fafsa.gov, the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) Nslds.ed.gov, StudentLoans.gov, StudentAid.gov, and Agreement to Serve (ATS) teach-ats.ed.gov). When logging into these websites, you will be required to enter your FSA ID username and password, Only. Below you will find steps to follow in order to create your FSA ID. Please also visit Studentaid.gov for more information regarding the FSA ID process.

How to create an FSA ID:

  • When logging into one of the websites listed above, click the link to create an FSA ID.
  • Create a username and password, and enter your e-mail address.
  • Enter your name, date of birth, Social Security number, contact information, and challenge questions and answers.
  • If you have a Federal Student Aid PIN, you will be able to enter it and link it to your FSA ID. You can still create an FSA ID if you have forgotten or do not have a PIN.
  • Confirm your e-mail address using the secure code, which will be sent to the e-mail address you entered when you created your FSA ID. Once you verify your e-mail address, you can use it instead of your username to log in to the websites.
  • Review your information, and read and accept the terms and conditions.

You can use your FSA ID to sign a FAFSA right away. Once the Social Security Administration verifies your information in one to three days, or if you have linked your PIN to your FSA ID, you will be able to use your FSA ID to access the websites listed above. For help, visit StudentAid.ed.gov. Please see Financial Aid Webpage for mor information.


Lasseigne Newman Civic Fellow

Our Lady of the Lake College Student Named
Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact

Baton Rouge, LA –  From across the country, college and university presidents ⎯ all members of Campus Compact ⎯ have nominated promising student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in their community to be Newman Civic Fellows.  Among the Newman Civic Fellows Award honorees for 2015 is OLOL College student Emily Lasseigne, who through her service, research, and advocacy, is making the most of her college experiences to better understand the root causes of social issues and effective mechanisms for creating lasting change.

“Emily is a strong student leader, always ready to serve,” explains Tina S. Holland, Ph.D., President of Our Lady of the Lake College.  “Her desire to help others leads her to think sincerely and critically about social issues and to creatively devise a solution.”

Emily Lasseigne is in her fourth year pursuing a Biology degree in Human Medicine. For four years she has served in leadership roles on campus. She has mentored freshmen and college-bound high school students, she has worked collaboratively as the Beta Sigma Mu President to make information available to pre-advanced degree seeking students, and she serves presently in the highest office of the Student Ambassador (SA) Leadership Program.  Sparked by an experience volunteering with a hospice organization, Lasseigne has demonstrated a desire to raise awareness for end-of-life directives, and this calling ultimately led to an extra-curricular research project.  Currently she plans to help others by becoming a Physician Assistant.

“I have a passion for the political and emotional issues that arise when an individual is dying,” Lasseigne says.  “There is a lack of education on the importance of completing advanced directives, and I have recently finished a research project addressing end-of-life issues and determining better ways to educate individuals on the matter. “

Lasseigne is among two hundred student leaders honored by Campus Compact for their leadership and inspirational commitment to serving the community.   According to Campus Compact, “This year’s record amount of Fellows will leverage an even greater capacity for engagement and change through online networking.  In keeping with their generation’s emphasis on networks over hierarchies, Newman Civic Fellows will share ideas and materials to further their work through an exclusive online community especially for Fellows.“

“These students represent the next generation of public problem solvers and civic leaders. They serve as national examples of the role that higher education can—and does—play in building a better world,” notes Campus Compact Board Richard Guarasci, president of Wagner College (NY). 

Campus Compact is a national coalition of nearly 1,100 college and university presidents—representing some 6 million+ students—who are committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility. For more information about the organization and the award, visit http://www.compact.org.

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About Our Lady of the Lake College

Offering doctoral, master’s, baccalaureate, and associate degrees, Our Lady of the Lake College is a four-year, independent Catholic institution, providing a strong foundation in the liberal arts and continuing its highly-regarded health sciences and nursing programs.  Established in 1923 as a nursing school by the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady (FMOL), Our Lady of the Lake College holds to a Franciscan tradition of service, offering a healing and spiritual presence for the community and especially those most in need.  To learn more about Our Lady of the Lake College, please visit www.ololcollege.edu.


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