OLLU weekend session classes begin Saturday, and traditional session classes begin Monday, Aug. 15. In preparation for the start of classes, the OLLU move-in schedule continues throughout this week. See the move-in schedule below. Check in takes place in the Residence Life Office through Wednesday and will take place in the Saints Lounge and Market (C-Store Lounge) on Thursday and Friday.
Move-In Schedule ▪ Tuesday – Honors and Social Justice Learning Living Community move in ▪ Wednesday – Returning Athlete move in ▪ Thursday – New student move in ▪ Friday – Returning student move in
OLLU undergraduate students taking summer courses must return textbooks by Monday, Aug. 15, to avoid incurring any fees. Failure to return books by the deadline will result in a charge to the student’s account for the purchase price of each unreturned book.
If you need assistance with returning books, please contact the Bookstore at 210-431-3932 or email email@example.com.
Ana Hinojosa, a second-year graduate student in Counseling, has been recognized as a #BigShotOnCampus through the American Health Association CoVac Initiative for her efforts in increasing vaccine confidence and combating misinformation.
Hinojosa took the lead with her fellow peer educators and coordinated a 13-week, weekly myth-busting question-and-answer survey and corresponding table events. She also coordinated and ran mobile vaccination sites.
As a five-year member of the Health Education Resource Office, she plays a critical role in the day-to-day success of continued education efforts in regard to COVID-19 and vaccination efforts.
Hinojosa is a work-study in the Health Education Resource Office, which is now part of the Wellness Center.
The graduate admission staff and department faculty are holding a Graduate Business Admission Instant Decision Night on Thursday at 6 p.m. Students will be directed to the Renaissance Parlor rooms for the one-hour event. Programs include the MBA, MS Accounting, MS in Business Analytics and MS Financial in Analysis.
OLLU music student Aramy Paz Martinez recently received a highly competitive Bexar County Arts Internship Grant for the summer.
GenerationNEXT (the Tobin Center Education Initiative) provides grants to 10 Bexar County nonprofit arts organizations, and Martinez was selected to intern at URBAN-15 under the direction of George Cisneros for a 10-week period. The URBAN-15 Group is a San Antonio-based nonprofit arts group that creates educational programs, events, and performances dedicated to music, movement and media.
Martinez will work with the music and media director in archival production, content development and documentation of URBAN-15’s 40-plus years of performances and arts education programs.
The internship runs from June 6 to Aug. 12, 2022. This paid internship is covered through the Bexar County Arts Internship Fund. The total compensation for this internship is $3,500.
The Student Business Office will be closed for walk-in services from 1-5 p.m. each day, beginning today, May 23, and continuing through Aug. 5. During these hours, services will be provided by appointment only.
Staff will be available to answer calls and emails, but cashier and other services will only be available by appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The office will be on a regular schedule during Lake Days and other on-boarding days for new students.