Student success at Lincoln University is defined as supporting students to perform well academically; develop holistically (mind, body, and spirit); and successfully advance to graduate school, service or employment.
Graduates will leave Lincoln University with the knowledge, attitudes, and competencies needed to be competitive in a global economy and to have a positive impact on their families, their communities, the nation, and the world.
HBCUs have a track record of demonstrating that students from all backgrounds can achieve at high levels. Lincoln University will continue its tradition of accepting students of promise and empowering them to achieve their full potential. High academic and social standards, along with outstanding student support, produce student success.
About the Division of Student Success
The Student Success staff members at Lincoln are vibrant and progressive career professionals who are actively engaged in their work and careers. As student success practitioners, the staff is abreast of developments in their respective fields and are singularly and collectively committed to integrated planning and development within and across the divisional line and they strive for excellence in every aspect of their personal and professional endeavors. The staff embraces the vision, mission, spirit and basic tenets of the Division and University.
Student Success Areas
The Division of Student Success has five keys areas:
- Academic Support, led by Associate Vice President Evelyn Poe
- Dean of Students, led by Assistant Vice President Brian Dubenion
- Experiential Learning, led by Associate Vice President Sharone Jones
- Health & Wellness, led by Associate Vice President Frederick Faison
- Class Deans, including Brandi Berry, First-Year Dean; Marlayne Manley, Transition Dean; and Mahpiua Deas, Upper-Class Dean
Voter Friendly Campus
Lincoln University has been accepted as a Voter Friendly Campus thus a Voter Friendly Designation University. The ultimate goal is to create a thriving civic ethos.
We intend to do so by increasing civic learning, political engagement and voting rates among Lincoln students.
The next steps include creating a Voter Registration Task Force. If you are interested please contact Dr. Lenetta Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-365-7222.
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