As stated below, the application is online and titled "Application for Admission Professional Clinical Programs". I'm looking at mine right now and it was completed/submitted online, and the printed copy I retained was four pages long...but I think that varies depending on the length of the personal statement you give. The recommendation forms (used by your references) should be online as well, and go ahead and send a copy of your transcripts now, even if you're still completing prereqs.
Then...the most important part of the process...wait, wait, wait...with little/no feedback from OLOL. I think other students would agree that OLOL is not a well-oiled machine, and they apparently missed the memo on "customer service" (if they were a for-profit corporation, I wonder how long they would remain in business). While the admission staff in BR is pleasant (when you can reach them), they are very slow/indifferent to respond. You will get even less info from the program rep here in N.O. I applied online late February, and didn't receive any info/status update/reply until early June, when I recieved an acceptance letter. There was no interview process, so no opportunity to get my questions answered. Admission decisions were made strictly from the ap/transcripts/rec forms. Orientation was in early August. My only source for proactive info during that time was this forum.
FYI, our class was required to take the TEAS/Critical Thinking between orientation and the start of the program. They didn't use the scores against us...apparently they wanted a benchmark to determine who might have problems, etc. They also didn't want us to study for TEAS, but if you poke around online, you can find a few free sites that offer questions, etc. in TEAS format, just to allieviate any anxiety you might have about going in cold. I recall some chatter about TEAS becoming an admission requirement at some future point.
I will continue to post throughout the program, in an effort to be helpful to other prospective students who may be in the dark as I was (and still am).