MILLER DICKEY HALL
Completed in 1991 with funds allocated
by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dickey Hall is a 60,000 square foot,
three-story structure, designed by Friday Architects/Planners
of Philadelphia. Dickey Hall houses Lincoln’s main computer
facility, departments of Mathematics and Computer Science,
and various departments in the Social Science Division. The facility also features computer-equipped
classrooms, tutorial rooms, audiovisual-equipped lecture halls,
and traditional offices. The building is named in honor of the Rev. Dr. John
Miller Dickey, who founded Ashmun Institute in 1854. Ashmun
was renamed Lincoln University in 1866 in honor of U.S.
President Abraham Lincoln.