Education Abroad

International Programs and Services

As the nation’s oldest degree granting institution, Lincoln University has a long history in the international arena.  The first students went abroad in 1859!  Since that time, Lincoln University has sent hundreds of students to countries around the world. You can be a part of this exciting international legacy if you decide to study abroad.  

5 Reasons to Study Abroad

  1. Enhance your career and graduate school opportunities
  2. Earn credits toward graduation
  3. Learn new cultures and improve your language skills
  4. Develop problem solving skils and boost your confidence
  5. Use your financial aid to cover your study abroad experience

Study Abroad will help you achieve

Institutional Learning Outcomes:

#3 Diversity Awareness and Cultural Awareness
#4 Social Responsibility and Civic Engagement
#5 Critical Thinking
#6 Lincoln Legacy

Global/Intercultural Fluency: Value respect and learn from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, sexual orientation, and religions. The individual demonstrates openness inclusiveness, sensitivity, and the ability to interact respectfully with all people and understand individuals' differences (National Association of Colleges and Employers)

  Scholarships and Opportunities
  Prepare to Depart

Pre Departure Orientation

  • Read this document: Lions Learn Abroad (pdf)
  • Contact OIP for the schedule of Pre Departure Orientation sessions

Contact the  Registrar and Residence Life to secure housing and to register for classes for the semester you will be returning. 


phone: 800-739-4461
Location:    1st Floor Lincoln Hall

Residence Life

phone: 484-365-7705
Location:  2nd Floor Student Union Building (SUB) 

  Returning and Frequently Asked Questions

Students should contact the Office of International Programs for support in readjusting to the US and returning home after study abroad. 

  Lincoln University Sponsored Programs

These programs are open to Lincoln University students as well as to students outside the university.  

Lincoln University is the school of record for these programs: