Our Lady of the Lake College announces May 2013 graduates
BATON ROUGE - Over 230 Our Lady of the Lake College students were conferred master's, bachelor's or associate degrees during the College's commencement exercises held on Monday, May 20 at 2 p.m. in the Baton Rouge River Center Arena.
Keynote speaker was Melanie B. Verges, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Baton Rouge.
Special recognition went to Amy Alleman from Port Allen, Louisiana who graduated with honors with an Associate of Science in Nursing degree.
Special recognition also went to Lanie Vaughn from Addis, Louisiana who graduated with honors with an Associate of Science in Nursing degree.
Harvey Best, Grosse Tete, Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology
Jorasha Casemere, Plaquemine, Associate of Science in Nursing
Blair Flatau, Plaquemine, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Adravon Henderson, St. Gabriel, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Shamelda Littles, Maringouin, Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Our Lady of the Lake College, located in Louisiana's capital city of Baton Rouge, is a four-year, independent institution, providing a strong foundation in the liberal arts and continuing our highly-regarded health sciences and nursing programs. A private organization founded in 1923 by the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady, we stand as the sole Catholic college in the greater Baton Rouge region. To learn more, visit www.ololcollege.edu.