The Division of Student Affairs and the Student Government Association are hosting Virtual Student Town Hall Meetings to share information and answer questions about changes that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic and the university’s efforts to follow local and federal safety and health guidelines.
The meetings will take place today at 12:30 and 4 p.m.
To help the team best prepare for the sessions, students should take the SGA Town Hall Survey so that the panelists have information ready to share.
There has been a change in SGA leadership. Due to the current circumstances several student leaders had to make personal choices and sacrifices to focus on new priorities. At this time, Priscilla Martinez had to conclude her SGA President position. Alyssah Gonzalez is now acting SGA President for the remainder of the spring semester.
OLLU has begun the process of closing residence halls with March 30, 2020 as the final date for move out. Exceptions will be made for students who have extenuating circumstances. Instructions were emailed to students and can be viewed here.
United Way’s Women United Childcare Scholarship award pays for a portion of childcare costs, supporting parents who are seeking a degree or job training by providing access to affordable childcare, enabling parents and children to further their education.
scholarship is open to any undergraduate student, full or part time, who is a
Bexar County resident with a minimum 2.5 GPA, demonstrated financial need and
not currently enrolled in a Child Care Services subsidized childcare program.
OLLU MA-MFA candidate Kelly Zayas Daughtry will hold a public defense of the Master of Fine Arts Thesis, “Spins and Leaps: Essays Drawn in Truth,” Thursday, March 19, from 12:30-1:30 in Main Building, Room 311B.
Two OLLU accounting students, Richard Garcia and Kathy Garcia, attended a professional development workshop at Ernst & Young LLP. The EY Latino Professional Network (LPN) along with the Diversity and Inclusion Network hosted the event at the end of January.
The STARS Scholarship fund is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting access to and success in higher education. The organization is offering scholarships to students who are dedicated to completing a degree at an accredited college or university.
scholarship is open to undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students.
Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551.
Be a permanent resident (five or more consecutive years) of and have a permanent South or West Texas address in one of the 30 counties served (listed on the STARS website).
Have earned/completed at least 12 undergraduate credit hours at a U.S. accredited college or university before applying for the scholarship.
Have a minimum college cumulative grade point average (GPA) or 2.7 on a 4.0 scale.
Have completed a high school diploma or its equivalent prior to the fall of the new academic year
Be enrolled in a U.S. accredited four-year university undergraduate program, (full-time) seeking a bachelor’s degree, or a university graduate program (full-time) seeking a master’s, law or doctorate degree.
The Student Affairs Division congratulates the 305 undergraduate students who have been named to the fall 2019 Dean’s List. This distinction recognizes students who earned a grade point average of at least 3.75 while completing at least 12 credit hours. In recognition of their academic achievement, eligible students are invited to attend a reception that will take place Thursday, Feb. 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Chapel Auditorium.