Lincoln Lion - Fall 2018 - 1854 Society

Join the 1854 Society now! You can express your love for Lincoln University and achieve your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals. Planned and estate giving provides a long and lasting connection with the University. Examples of planned & estate gifts include appreciated securities, real estate, life insurance, charitable trusts, and bequests. You can provide funding for a scholarship, support a program such as athletics or undergraduate research, and where most needed — for now and for years to come. October 24, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Lincoln Lion - Fall 2018 - Class Notes

Edward S. Cooper, M.D. '46 received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. After receiving his doctor of medicine degree from Meharry Medical College, he was a cardiologist at Philadelphia General Hospital and later joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. October 24, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Fall 2018 - Capital Connections

President Brenda A. Allen met with key lawmakers at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex in Harrisburg in June with a clear goal in mind: to extend Lincoln's influence and presence. October 01, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Fall 2018 - Community Link

As part of Lincoln University's strategic plan, the University develops strategic partnerships with the community while providing educational opportunities for students and the local community. Here are a few examples of how Lincoln engages with our community. October 01, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Fall 2018 - Reimagining Lincoln Student Success

For 164 years, Lincoln University has been internationally recognized for its commitment to excellence in scholarship and service. Under President Brenda A. Allen’s leadership, Lincoln’s mission and vision ensures that student success continues moving onward and upward for the 21st century. October 01, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Fall 2018 - Athletics Expands

Since Harry O. Stinson became the athletics director on July 10, 2017, the Department of Athletics & Recreational Services has undergone transitions that have fundamentally redefined the unit, starting with the name change that added "Recreational Services," which took effect July 1, 2018. October 01, 2018 Category: Campus News,

Academic Highlights: Archives Research

Lincoln University joined Princeton University and five HBCUs from across the country to launch a program to introduce students to archival science and collaborative history. The program, titled Archives Research and Collaborative History (ARCH) held its inaugural weeklong session in July. October 01, 2018 Category: Campus News,