Students at Lincoln
Guide to SEVIS
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International Students make up approximately 10% of
Lincoln University's student population. They have mobilized to form
organizations representative of the diverse backgrounds and
which they bring to this institution. These organizations are the
International Students' Association (I.S.A) and the Caribbean
Students' Association (C.S.A). The I.S.A. has been a part of Lincoln
for many years and the C.S.A. was recently re-launched in Fall of 2003.
Lincoln's international students have made a strong impact in
academic and campus life, and will continue to do so, following the
global tradition that started one hundred and fifty years ago.
The International Students' Association
The United States of America is known as one big melting pot, and
at Lincoln University, we are no different--Lincoln is very
diverse with international students that travel from near and far.
As President of the International Students Association, it is my
pleasure to assist in providing international students with various
activities that will make their experience at Lincoln University
both comfortable and enjoyable. Known as one of the most
"active" organizations on campus, "ISA" sponsors
such activities as forums, cultural programs, talent shows, parties,
and weekend trips. Education is never far from our minds, however.
The International Students Association prides itself with having
members that are not only Honors Students, but who participate and
are involved in every aspect of the Lincoln community. I invite
you to join us as we share ourselves, our cultures, our love of
Lincoln, and as we continue to teach others that the international
students are the "flavor" of Lincoln University!
-- I.S.A President
The Caribbean Students' Association
It is a very exciting time for the C.S.A and this
institution. Already, the Caribbean Students' Association has
established itself as a serious organization dedicated to the
fostering of productive relations and the upliftment of campus life.
Our mission is to promote and share the richness of Caribbean
culture. We are also committed to connecting a significant
proportion of resident students with their Caribbean heritage.
Campus life is merely a microcosm of the diversity found in today's
society, and it is a great pleasure to contribute in preparing
Lincoln students for this era of globalization.
-- C.S.A President