Lincoln University is a valuable economic engine, generating substantial economic returns to the community, according to a new independent study.
A new season of giving at Lincoln University is officially underway.
More than 150 students, faculty, and alumni attended the College of Science and Technology’s 22nd annual Science Fair and Poster Presentation in the Ivory V. Nelson Center for the Sciences.
As graduating senior, Diamond Mickle prepares for graduation, she is faced with what some would call a good problem: deciding between two job offers.
Three Lincoln University faculty members recently received professional honors and distinctions.
Lincoln University, Pa – On November 7, Sheila Oliver ’74 continued to make history in the state of New Jersey by becoming its first African American woman elected Lt. Governor. In July, Oliver was selected by then New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy to be his running mate.
Nearly 200 participants gathered on campus for a stakeholder’s conference as part of President Brenda A. Allen’s strategic planning process.
More than 48 faculty members from nine universities gathered on Lincoln University’s campus November 10-12.
On October 2, in a courthouse packed with friends and family, 16 police officers were sworn into Lincoln University’s Department of Public Safety at the district court in Oxford.
Every Sunday morning, beginning at the heart of Lincoln University’s campus on the U, students in a new service-based organization gather outside for a voluntary trash collection effort.