The professors at Our Lady of the Lake University are a mixed bag: some are good, while others are not. The professors can be very helpful to the students, but they prefer it if the students make the effort to get extra help. However, the professors do make themselves available to those who need help via phone, e-mail, online, or in person, and overall, students will leave here with a large amount of knowledge. A nice perk is that classes are generally small here, which allows students to get to know their professors, and vice versa.
The workload is generally manageable and not difficult, but this really depends on the classes you’re taking and how many class hours you have per semester. Some teachers are very difficult while others are more lenient. If you are taking a class with a professor you’ve never had before, ask other students around campus, because there is bound to be someone who can give you some insight into the teacher and class, including workload, personality, and course difficulty.