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Welcome to the Academic Advising Center

203-204 Wright Hall
Extension 7627
Telephone: 484-365-8179
Fax: 484-365-8146

Advising and Course Planning Guide Fall 2015

The Advising and Course Planning Guide  includes information on assignment of academic advisors, declaration of major, registration procedures and policies, tips for choosing a major, and the university core requirements. All first time entering undergraduate students will receive a hard copy of this guide during the Freshman Orientation Program.


WebAdvisor Instructions

Lincoln University Catalog 2015

Lincoln Bulletin & Catalog Archives

Core Curriculum Summary 

Advising Forms and Guidelines

Ms. Nancy A. Kenner
Interim Director
Center for Advising and Student Achievement
210 Wright Hall

Extensions: 7624, 7627

Ms. Susan Chikwem
Associate Director of Academic Advising
204 Wright Hall
Extension: 7626

Ms. Shirley Quillin
Program Assistant
2nd Floor Reception Area, Wright Hall
Extension 7627

Advising Mission Statement:
In keeping with the university’s strategic goal to create and enhance high quality and student centered learning environments, the mission of the Academic Advising Center is to provide an integrated program of effective academic advising for undecided majors and special students. To this end, the Academic Advising Center serves the dual purpose of promoting quality advisement of all students and of providing direct assistance to the undecided or “exploratory” students that are in the process of choosing a major department.  To accomplish this goal, the advisors share responsibility with their advisees for developing educational plans compatible with their special interests and abilities and successful completion of their degree requirements.


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