Service is part of the very fabric of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University. Our Franciscan institution has been a leader in healthcare-related education in Louisiana for over 90 years and we value the opportunity to serve others "with joyfulness of spirit, and with humility and justice for all those entrusted to our care." These values are reflected by our board, leadership, faculty and staff.
You may think that as a university president...I have possessed a life-long love for education. Well, not so. As a young girl I constantly complained about school and its drudgery. Nevertheless, my demanding mother, a first generation American of Japanese parents, took academic achievement very seriously. Her constant reply was, “School is work. Work is good. Now get to work!” As a point of honor, I obeyed. It was not until later in life that I began to sincerely appreciate the real value of education.
Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University is pleased to announce its Spring 2018 Radiologic Technology graduates earned a 100 percent pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Certification Exam.
All 18 of the May 2018 graduates passed the exam on their first attempt.
Congratulations to our students who made the Spring 2018 semester Deans’ and President’s lists for outstanding academic work.
While we congratulate all students on their excellent academic performance, please note that there are guidelines that we follow to determine which students are listed on the honor roll. Eligibility guidelines are as follows:
President’s List- 12 or more credit hours with a semester GPA of 4.00 Dean’s List- 12 or more credit hours with a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Any student who has a question about their eligibility should contact the Registrar’s Office at 225-490-1602.
The CRS Student Ambassadors under Campus Ministry spearheaded across campus and in the community the campaign to bring awareness of the issue of Human Trafficking in the 1-10 corridor and in the world. The advocacy across campus was presented at various campus events through a fundraising drive for the Metanoia Manor, a local, undisclosed safe house for victims, managed by the Hospitalier Sisters. Through the sales of an art work designed by Emily Walker, president of Franciscan Fellowship and chair of CRS Student Amabassadors along with the president of Catholic College Student Association president, Viktoriia Leigh raised $2,000 to donate to the Manor. The funds were presented to Fr. Jeff Bayhi, founder of the Manor at one of the four Agape Dinners, which brought the campus community together to dialogue on the issue.
Pictured are Fr. Bayhi, Emily Walker, Viktoriia Leigh , and Tammy Vidrine, Director of Campus Ministry