LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Lincoln University’s new undergraduate degree program in nursing recently received its accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) after its board met, Oct. 19- 22. CCNE is listed by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Lincoln University sophomore Gionelly Mills was selected as one of 83 students recognized as the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ (WHIHBCUs) 2015 HBCU All-Stars for their accomplishments in academics, leadership, and civic engagement.
Lincoln University, PA — A seemingly normal band practice quickly turned into a praise session when the Orange Crush Roaring Lion Marching Band learned they received enough votes to be one of eight bands invited to compete in the 2016 Honda Battle of the Bands (HBOB). The competition takes place January 30 in Atlanta, Georgia.
According to Roland Green, the bands director and percussion coordinator, this achievement has been years in the making.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Student enrollment at Lincoln University increased four percent since the previous year highlighting increased recruitment and outreach efforts at the nation’s first degree-granting Historically Black College & University (HBCU), university officials report.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. – The Master’s in Educational Leadership program at Lincoln University was ranked among Top Masters in Education’s 2015-2016 best value ranking of the top 50 list of residential Master’s in Educational Leadership programs in the United States this week.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Accounting and Finance students attended the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) 40th Annual Eastern Region Student Conference titled, Infinite Possibilities: Connect with Success, Sept. 24-26 in Pittsburgh, PA.
NABA is nation’s premier professional associations representing the interests of more than 100,000 African Americans and other minorities in accounting, consulting, finance, and information technology.
Lincoln can be a leader of HBCUs in training students at the undergraduate level so that they are equipped for the rigors of neuroscience at the graduate level,” said Dr. Karen Baskerville, the grant’s principal investigator. “Furthermore, the 4=1 BS/MS program will directly increase the number of underrepresented students matriculating into graduate programs.”