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Countdown to Move In

As we countdown to move in, we have online resources ready to make your transition to campus life smooth.

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Lincoln University of Pennsylvania Retains Diversified Search to Find New President

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.

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Fall 2016 Move-In Dates

With the school year fast approaching, Lincoln University would like to take this time to provide freshmen, transfer and returning students and their parents with important dates in preparation for the academic year.

Freshmen and Transfer Students

Move-in day for incoming freshmen and transfer students is Saturday, Aug. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon.  Please adhere to these times as there are other planned, informational activities for the remainder of the day. 

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Study abroad students reflect on international experiences

President Richard and Dr. Dorothy Green opened their home February 11 to host a dinner for Lincoln’s students who studied abroad in fall 2015.

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Lincoln makes debut in marching band showcase at Honda Battle of the Bands

For the first time, Lincoln University’s Orange Crush marching band participated in the Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase on January 30 at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome.

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Philadelphia Police captain and alumna donor establishes criminal justice mentoring program

Lincoln University, Pa. – A new mentoring program, which is set to begin in August, hopes to prepare and proactively transition Lincoln University students to entry level criminal justice careers.

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Transportation Fellows participate in national conference

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Lincoln University’s six Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation HBCU Fellows participated in a portion of the annual U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) annual Transportation Research Board conference in Washington, D.C. held Jan. 10 – 12.

In August, the DOT awarded the students a total of $40,000 in fellowship funding, who also received a one-time grant to attend the conference.   Each recipient received between $3,500 and $10,000.