FranU Administration is monitoring the rain and flood conditions across the area. Campus operations will be conducted remotely today, Tuesday, May 18. Students should contact their program directors for more specific information.
We are proud to provide a variety of programs at the associate degree, baccalaureate degree, and graduate degree levels that prepare our graduates to pursue employment in a wide range of health care settings or to seek advanced degree opportunities.
Welcome to the School of Arts & Sciences at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University. We are a diverse yet inclusive community of scholars and learners who take pride in educating and forming Franciscan servant leaders, integrated thinkers, faith-filled citizens and highly skilled professionals.
Whether you are taking pre-clinical coursework or declaring one of our majors, our School is committed to providing an environment that optimizes learning achievement and instills students with a sense of vocation. We have small online and onsite classes to students from all walks of life and offer programs such as biology, health administration and liberal studies that can serve as pathways to successful careers in healthcare and beyond.
Brian A. Rash, PhD
Dean, School of Arts & Sciences
The School of Arts & Sciences seeks to serve as a premier academic hub for facilitating student learning and vocational awareness. This will be accomplished by maintaining relevant, rigorous program offerings, superior learning spaces, highly-qualified faculty, extensive service learning, research and internship/shadowing opportunities, all under the auspice of the Catholic Franciscan intellectual tradition.
The following students have been named honors graduates for the Fall class of 2019.
Congratulations to our students who made the Spring 2019 semester Deans’ and President’s lists for outstanding academic work.
With support from the Louisiana State Board of Regents and Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, FranU is proud to announce the 2020 FMOL Sisters Graduate Scholarship recipients.
Named for our founders—the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady—these scholarships were awarded to exemplary graduate students to help offset their educational expenses.