John Lewis inspires, challenges graduates at Lincoln University’s 160th Commencement
Lincoln University, the nation’s first degree-granting HBCU, advanced its legacy as more than 400 members of the Class of 2019 graduated during the 160th Commencement.
Lincoln community celebrates 165-year legacy with giving challenge
Over 200 members of the Lincoln community joined together for Founder’s Day on April 29 to celebrate the 165th anniversary of Lincoln’s charter. Students, faculty members, staff, and friends of the University gave monetary donations to Lincoln as part of the 1854 Founder’s Day Challenge.
Student Spotlight: Graduating in the face of adversity First generation college graduate overcomes adversity and loss to graduate with Master’s
To Jessica Carvin, a Lincoln University graduate student, walking across the stage during Lincoln’s 160th commencement ceremony, is more than just an academic achievement.
Graduating senior shares his Lincoln journey and how the Lincoln community became family Chances are if you’ve been to an event on campus in the past four years, you’ve seen mass communications student Anthony Parker Jr.
Lincoln awarded national endowment for humanities grant to spearhead collaborative research project
The Department of History, Political Science, Religion and Philosophy was recently awarded a $74,699 planning grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities agency to plan an interpretive exhibition titled Journey to Sanctuary: The Philadelphia Story of Faith and Transformation in the Second Great Migration of African-Americans from the South.