Tuesday, Mar 09, 2021

Voter-Friendly Campus
Lincoln University, is one of over 200 campuses in 37 states and the District of Columbia designated as a “Voter Friendly Campus.”

Tuesday, Mar 09, 2021

Literary Magazine Submissions
Simbaa, Lincoln University’s Magazine of the Arts, invites submissions for its spring 2021 edition. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to submit for consideration their best poetry, short stories, essays, visual art, and photography.

Thursday, Mar 04, 2021

Two students participate in a two-year paid fellowship
Nina Clinton and Shalae Matthews are learning reproductive justice values as fellows with the Next Generation Leadership Institute.

Friday, Feb 19, 2021

Concert Choir to participate in Parkesburg Church Black History Month events
Throughout the month of February, the Concert Choir will participate in GTWY Church's weekly events honoring Black History Month.

Thursday, Feb 18, 2021

Internships for Mass Comm Students
10 mass communications students have been awarded an internship with Black Automotive Media Group and Audi of America.

Wednesday, Jan 27, 2021

Lincoln University gets funding to combat sexual assault on campus
Lincoln University has received a $30,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to prevent and combat sexual assault on campus.

Monday, Jan 25, 2021

Public Safety moves to renovated space in the International Cultural Center
Lincoln University’s public safety team has moved to a new, renovated 5,200 square feet space on campus.

Friday, Jan 15, 2021

President Allen to address Greater West Chester Chamber’s Women’s Roundtable
Lincoln University President Brenda A. Allen will address the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce's Women's Roundtable on January 26.

Thursday, Jan 07, 2021

Accolades for Lincoln's President
President Dr. Brenda A. Allen has been named one of the Ten Most Dominant HBCU Leaders of 2021 by the HBCU Campaign Fund.

Monday, Jan 04, 2021

Donor Pays Tuition for Nine Students
Nets' Kyrie Irving paid off the tuition of nine HBCU students through his KAI Family Foundation.