+ Coronavirus FAQs

Will I get a refund for room and board? For meal plans?

The University is reviewing its obligations regarding federal, state, and contractual commitments before making any decisions about refunds. The University is committed to providing transparent information about any decision as quickly as possible.

Will I get a refund for tuition? 

No, classes are not canceled for the semester. Classes resumed on Monday, March 23, in a remote format. 

I would like to make a payment on my past due balance online. Are there ways that I can make a payment that doesn't involve visiting the Bursar’s Office?

Due to the pandemic, Bursar's Office representatives are working remotely and may be contacted at bursaroff@lincoln.edu. Active students may make online payments by logging into WebAdvisor and clicking "view account/make payment." 


The Bursar’s Office is responsible for the billing of student accounts and the collection of tuition, fees, and miscellaneous account receivables. We strive to offer efficient processes that will benefit both the students and parents. We are working constantly on providing exceptional services and instructing students on the importance of familiarizing themselves with the University’s policies. Our office is open during the hours listed below for any questions or concerns.

Information for Military Veterans

Lincoln University is a military-friendly institution, participating in the Post 9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. Military Veterans should enroll for anticipated benefits via the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP). Information regarding eligibility may be found on the Department of Veteran Affairs website.


Phone: 855-287-4003
Office Address: Lincoln Hall 2nd Floor
Norman Billie Bursar, Office of the Bursar nbillie@lincoln.edu 484-365-7432
  • Lincoln Hall Second Floor