July 8, 2003
Universitys New Student Orientation, Transition
Week, and Fall Open House Provide Up-Close Look at Campus
to Prospective Undergraduates and Their Parents
Student Orientation is August 17-19; Transition Week is
August 20-26; Fall Open House is scheduled for October
University, PA (www.lincoln.edu)Potential Lincoln
University students and their parents will have two opportunities
to visit the historic campus and learn about the Universitys
academic and student programs and various activities.
Beginning on Wednesday, August 20, and ending on Tuesday,
August 26, Lincoln will host its annual Transition Week
The focus of Transition Week is to acclimate new University
(freshman and transfer) with the Lincoln campus, key members
Universitys faculty and administration, as well as an
overview of campus
life. Registration for the New Student Orientation will
take place on
Sunday, August 17 at the Student Union Building from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration for the New Student Orientation will continue
August 19. Students attending Lincoln University this
fall are required to participate in both the New Student
Orientation and Transition Week. For more information
on the New Student Orientation and Transition Week, prospective
students and their parents should contact Student Development
and Assistance at (484) 365-8000, extensions 3526 or 3527.
Friday, October 24, new students and their parents will
have an additional chance to learn more about Lincoln
University and campus life during the annual Open House.
Registration for Open House will take place from 9 a.m.
to 10 a.m. at Manuel Rivero Hall (main gymnasium). The
Open House event will include campus tours from 11 a.m.
until noon, along with an academic and student services
fair at Manuel Rivero Hall from noon until 1 p.m. Students
will be able to complete on-site admission applications
at the Cannon House beginning at 2 p.m. For more information
on the Fall Open House, please call the Office of Admissions
at (800) 790-0191.
in 1854 as the nations first Historically Black
University, Lincoln University combines the best elements
of a liberal arts and sciences-based undergraduate core
curriculum and selected graduate programs to meet the
needs of students living in a highly technological and
global society. Lincoln recently kicked off its yearlong
celebration of its sesquicentennial, or 150th anniversary.
The celebration will continue through May 2004 with an
array of campus and external events, including activities
and announcements. For more information about Lincoln
University, please visit us on the Web at www.lincoln.edu.