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Current Students

Get It Done! Prepare for the fall semester

Next Steps

Incoming Freshman and Transfer Students

If you have not completed all registration and payment steps, contact you admissions counselor for assistance. 

Returning Students

Follow these steps:

Step 1: Visit Self-Service by logging into the myOLLU portal

Access myOLLU portal.

Step 2: Select Student Planning to register for/review classes

Course schedule now updated with additional online options. Register for or review/update your fall semester courses. To see how a course is being offered, view the "Additional Information" section of a course description. 

More details on how to view course instruction information is available at this link .

Need to talk to an adviser? Find an available adviser for your academic program.

Step 3: Select Financial Aid to review your award status

Details on how to access your financial aid information are available at this link .

Need assistance with your financial aid application, verification or other issues? Email

Step 4: Select Student Finance to complete payment arrangements

Set up a payment plan (first payment due at time plan is set up), pay in full, or accept financial responsibility if covered completely by financial aid.

Details on how to access your student account and make payement arranges are available at this link .

Need help setting up a plan or have questions? Email


Need Assistance?
Students who need assistance extra assistance, please email



We’ve Got Your Books Covered

Undergraduate students don’t have any extra fees for textbooks or course materials. They are covered through the OLLU All-Access Program. Learn more about the program and how to access your books.

CARES Act Funds

A second CARES Act Fund distribution will be provided to returning undergraduate and graduate students in the fall semester*. Returning full-time students may be eligible for $400, while part-time returning students may be eligible for $200.

*Only available to students who were in programs that were face-to-face prior to the pandemic.