Lincoln University named HBCU institutional leader by Fulbright Program
For the second consecutive year, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) is recognizing the noteworthy engagement that selected HBCUs have achieved with the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government's flagship international educational exchange program.
Graduate Quick-Admit Day at University City
The School of Adult & Continuing Education invites prospective students to a Virtual Quick-Admit on April 1. Students can fast-track the graduate admissions process with an instant admission decision online for business, human services, and education by attending the event.
Lincoln Announces Interactive Feel The Roar Admitted Student Day
Lincoln University invites prospective and admitted students to the highly interactive virtual Feel the Roar Spring Admitted Student Day on Friday, March 19.
Literary Magazine Submissions Simbaa, Lincoln University’s Magazine of the Arts, invites submissions for its spring 2021 edition. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to submit for consideration their best poetry, short stories, essays, visual art, and photography.
Lincoln University, one of the most storied Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the nation, announced today that it has retained Philadelphia-based Diversified Search to find its next president.
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.”
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – The Friends of Hosanna at Lincoln University and the Toni Morrison Society erected and dedicated a ‘Bench by the Road’ today at the historic Hosanna African Union Methodist Protestant (A.U.M.P.) Church.
The Bench by the Road Project, a memorial history and community outreach project of the Toni Morrison Society, was initially launched on the 75th birthday of the society’s namesake to create an outdoor museum that marks important locations in African American history both in the United States and abroad.