We would like to welcome you to the family! Sending your student to college is a major life event for all families. Lincoln University is here to assist you and your student make this transition easier by providing the latest information about campus life, important dates, and events. Through information on this site and our Residence Life Newsletter, The ResLife Reader, we will help you stay connected to campus. We thank you for your continued support, and we welcome your ideas and feedback during your student’s LU experience.

Notification of Displaced Students | LLC Water Damage

On the morning of April 19, there was a incident in the Thurgood Marshall Living Learning Center that caused water damage on the second and third floors of the building. As a result, students were displaced and have been offered other housing options to finish the academic semester. The rooms impacted by the water damage will be offline until further notice. No students were harmed during the course of the incident.

Financial Aid
As a parent or guardian, you are probably wondering about the best way to pay for your child’s education. The good news is there are many options available for financial assistance, and more than 90 percent of students here make use of these resources to meet their obligations. To be eligible for any form of financial aid, including work-study and most university-funded scholarships, your child will first need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student AidThe Office of Financial Aid can help you through this process. Our counselors work with you and your child to develop a package of resources by combining grants, scholarships, loans, and on-campus jobs. A college education is one of the most important investments you can make in your child’s future.

Campus Safety
Lincoln University’s Public Safety Department places the safety of the university community as its highest priority. If you have an emergency please contact 484-365-7211 or 484-365-8139.

Our anonymous tip line is 484-365-7799.

2018 Important Dates

March 2

Mid-Term Exams

March 5-9

Spring Break

March 22

Student Awards Convocation

March 23

Mandatory Registration

March 30

Easter Recess

April 20

Last Day of Classes

April 21-23

Reading Days/Study Sessions

April 24-27

*Final Exams

April 27, by 8 p.m.

Official Check-Out

Final exams are a high-stress time for students. So please check on your son or daughter during this time. A nice stress reliever would be a goody box from home. Suggestions for the goody-box include energy drink, popcorn, candy, etc.