FACTS ABOUT CAMPUS AREAS
The main campus of Our Lady of the Lake
College is located in the city of Baton Rouge, the state’s capital
and one of the most vibrant and historic cities in the South. Baton
Rouge has become Louisiana’s largest city and is known to be rich in
culture, entertainment, and heritage.
With the College being
a short 15 minute drive from downtown Baton Rouge, students can
enjoy the many attractions the city has to offer and numerous
opportunities for relaxation and fun. Mardi Gras parades,
international fairs, street art markets, and hot air balloon
festivals are just a few of the events that roll through the city
annually. Baton Rouge has an expanding visual and performance
arts scene including many galleries, theaters, and museums centered
in the downtown area. The Shaw Center houses the Manship Theatre,
the Louisiana State University (LSU) Museum of Art, the Brunner
Gallery, and the LSU School of Art Gallery; the Baton Rouge Gallery
and the Louisiana Art and Science Museum are also located in the
downtown district. In addition, the Baton Rouge Little Theater and
Baton Rouge River Center host Broadway shows, musical artists, and
plays, and the
Symphony Orchestra performs exceptional orchestral
The city has some of
the area’s finest restaurants ranging from authentic Louisiana Cajun
cuisines to a wide variety of multi-ethnic offerings. And when
darkness falls, Baton Rouge nightlife comes alive, filled with
musical heritage that includes jazz, blues, rock, and Cajun music.
Sporting events are a
popular and essential part of Baton Rouge. The LSU Tigers
football team is one of the city’s most popular entertainment
highlights during football season and Baton Rouge was recently
ranked number in the top five cities for tailgating.
For lovers of the outdoors, Baton Rouge offers a variety of
recreational activities for everyone with local bike paths, hiking
trails, and recreational parks located throughout the region.
Our Lady of the Lake College offers the
Accelerated Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Program in New
Orleans at East Jefferson General Hospital.
New Orleans students have the opportunity to
learn in a uniquely Southern city surrounded by numerous cultural
and educational facilities. There’s so much to celebrate: the
city’s fascinating history and cultural heritage; creative and
culinary arts; world famous music and, above all, the spirit of its
people. World-class museums including the World War II Museum call the
“Big Easy" home. New Orleans is also home to the 2009 Super Bowl
Champions, the New Orleans Saints.