LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. -- The School of Adult & Continuing Education invites prospective students to a Virtual Quick-Admit on April 1. Students can fast-track the graduate admissions process with an instant admission decision online for business, human services, and education by attending the event.
Upon registration, applicants will be scheduled for individual appointments to meet with faculty.
University admissions representatives will overview the admission process, coursework, tuition & fees, and financial aid opportunities. Students can engage with committed and experienced faculty one-on-one online to learn about coursework and career paths.
Prospective students are encouraged to submit an application at www.lincoln.edu/applysace before the event and provide official academic transcripts.
The School of Adult & Continuing Education at University City offers adult-learner undergraduate and graduate programs. The programs are adult-centered, student-focused, and maintains high academic standards while providing a personal academic plan-of-study for each student.
The School is known for its cohort model of education delivery. Students are partnered with a group of peers as part of a tightly-knit cohort of adult-learners who share an exciting and dynamic learning experience in all our respective areas.
Learn more about programs at University City at www.lincoln.edu/saceadmissions.
The programs combine accelerated, traditional, and hybrid study models specifically geared toward adult-learners with Saturday and evening classes taught in state-of-the-art laboratories by dedicated and skilled faculty with academic and professional qualifications in their indigenous disciplines.
Lincoln University’s School of Adult & Continuing Education is located in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia. Considered the academic epicenter for the entire region, the School of Adult & Continuing Education at University City is located on the “Avenue of Technology” and conveniently accessible to Philadelphia’s Center City and beyond with easy access to public transportation via Amtrak’s 30th Street Station as well as regional transportation systems.