INFORMATION FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS

Lincoln University welcomes transfer students from other colleges and universities. A student who has taken work at a college of recognized standing may be admitted with such advanced credits as the previous record may warrant, but no student who has been enrolled for less than two semesters at Lincoln University will be recommended for a degree.

Transfer applicants should request each institution attended to send to the Office of Admissions at Lincoln a transcript of their academic records. A student must have received 12 transferable credit hours and have a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of a 2.0 (C).

Transfer applicants who are accepted at Lincoln must satisfactorily complete 12 hours of credit with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in each of their first two semesters at Lincoln. At least fifteen (15) semester hours in the major field must be earned at Lincoln by any transfer student desiring a degree, and that student must satisfy all other departmental requirements.

As part of their credentials for admission, transfer applicants must furnish a certificate of honorable dismissal from the institution previously attended, a certificate of good moral character from an authorized representative of that institution, and a certificate of health.

Community College Graduates

Lincoln University welcomes outstanding graduates of community colleges. Students who transfer with the Associate of Arts or Associate in Science Degree from an accredited community college with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better will generally receive transfer credit for all courses in which they have earned a "C" or better.

Articulation Agreements with Community Colleges

The complete text of the articulation agreements between Lincoln University and the following community colleges may be found in the links below. These agreements ensure that students who have completed an Associate degree from these community colleges will be assured of admission to Lincoln with junior year status. They also offer the transfer student the advantage of being able to choose the curriculum regulations in force when they arrive at Lincoln or the ones that were in effect at Lincoln when they started at the community college. The agreements describe the process in which a student who wishes to begin at the community college will submit a letter of intent to transfer to Lincoln.