The Lincoln Society
The Lincoln Society comprises alumni, friends, trustees, corporate leaders, as well as faculty and staff members who share the conviction that Lincoln University is committed to maintaining a nurturing and stimulating environment for learning, teaching, research, creative expression and public service for a diverse student body, faculty and public service for a diverse student body, faculty, and workforce.
With a myriad of firsts to our credit and a tradition of producing world leaders, the University engages in programs that increase knowledge and global understanding; hailing from 31 states and 17 foreign countries. The University’s diverse student body and expert workforce foster a supportive environment for professional and personal growth and mutual respect.
Members of The Lincoln Society have supported the University with a gift of $1,000 or more during the last fiscal year. With their investment, Lincoln University continues to enrich the lives of all of our students.
Lincoln University acknowledges the members of The Lincoln Society through a variety of messages and events. We welcome all alumni and friends of the University to join us in this and ever-growing group of prestigious donors.
Members of the Giving Clubs supported Lincoln University at the following levels during the period from July 1 to June 30.
- Horace Mann Bond Society $100,000+
- Azikiwe/Nkrumah Society $50,000 +
- Amos Society $25,000 +
- Trustee Circle $10,000+
- President's Circle $5,000 +
- Cresson Circle $2,500 +
- Lions Circle $1,000+
Our fund year ends June 30
Chair: Gregory Charles Miller ‘77
As a current Trustee and Alumnus of Lincoln University. I bridge a span of several decades of growth and development of our alma mater. I’m proud to support our rich legacy and a future of limitless possibilities. I urge you to continue your support to Lincoln University with your Time, Talents and Treasures.
Donald C. Notice ’79
When I come to campus and see the fire in the eyes of students and their eagerness to become all they can be, I'm reminded of myself an d how fortunate I am to be part of Lincoln University. My financial support is my way of becoming part of their future.
Pamela D. Bundy ‘84
I attribute my personal and professional success to the solid foundation that I received at Lincoln University – in the classroom and on the basketball court. My great undergraduate experience was the motivation behind establishing an endowed scholarship fund which helps students receive the same solid foundation and achieve their own success.
Tehma Smith ‘00