Lincoln University

Graduates: 151
Undergraduates: 109
Graduates: 151
Setting: Very small four-year, primarily nonresidential
In-state Tuition: $9,360.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $9,360.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 0.625
SAT / ACT / GPA: / 18 / 2.7
Public/Private: Public
Male/Female Ratio: 56:44
Campus Housing: Yes
Religious Affiliation: N/A
Campus Housing: Yes
Acceptance Rate: 69%

The mission of Lincoln University is to provide a synthesis of innovative and traditional education leading to outstanding professional opportunities for American and international students. Educational programs for graduate and undergraduate studies, as well as certificate programs, are developed to provide entry to successful careers and tools for professional development. With undergraduate degrees in business and diagnostic imaging and certificates in allied health fields, the students of Lincoln University are well prepared to enter the job market with skills that meet the needs of the contemporary workplace. Graduate programs in business administration, at the level of both master and doctorate, provide the successful student with a comprehensive and practical background in the world of business. The basic objectives of the University are: 1. to assist students in development of their analytical capacity; 2. to provide the necessary knowledge of the selected subject areas; 3. to introduce the attitude of personal responsibility necessary to function as a citizen in an interdependent world; 4. provide a terminal degree to the motivated and capable student.

Lincoln University, a historically black university, is located in Jefferson City, Missouri. In 2007, according to U.S. News and World Report, Lincoln University was ranked #3 for economic diversity, #5 for campus ethnic diversity, and #9 for most international students among master's level universities in the Midwest.The University is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

Lincoln University of Missouri is a historically black, 1890 land-grant, public, comprehensive institution that provides excellent educational opportunities including theoretical and applied learning experiences to a diverse population within a nurturing, student-centered environment.

The school was founded as Lincoln Institute in 1866 by veterans of the 62nd and 65th Regiments United States Colored Troops (USCT) Infantry. The former soldiers intended to provide an education to African Americans through the combining of academics and labor, in the industrial school model characteristic of Booker T. Washington's influential Tuskegee Institute. Under the Morrill Act of 1890, Missouri designated the school as a land-grant university, emphasizing agriculture, mechanics and teaching. By 1921, the college had expanded to offer graduate programs and was officially designated a university by the state of Missouri. It changed its name to "Lincoln University of Missouri." In 1954, it opened its doors to applicants of all races. It provides both undergraduate and graduate courses.

167 acres (67.6�ha)

Lloyd L. Gaines Disappeared mysteriously after fighting for the right to equal education George Howard, Jr. First African-American federal judge in Arkansas Leo Lewis Member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame Carey Means Voice of Frylock on Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zeke Moore Former NFL defensive back Oliver Lake Jazz musician Julius Hemphill Jazz musician Lemar Parrish Former eight-time pro bowl National Football League (NFL) defensive back in the 1970s and early 1980s, and former head coach of the Blue Tiger football team from 2004 to 2009 Captain Wendell O. Pruitt, U.S. Army Air Force Captain Pruit was a fighter pilot with the famed 332nd Fighter Group (the Tuskegee Airmen) during World War II. Captain Pruitt was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his attack on, and destruction of, a warship in Trieste harbor, in northern Italy. Joe Torry Actor and comedian Ronald Townson American vocalist. He was an original member of The 5th Dimension, a popular vocal group of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Maida Coleman Senate Minority leader in Missouri Blaine Luetkemeyer U.S. Congressman William Tecumseh Vernon Minister and bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and a former president of Western University (now defunct) in Kansas, the first historically black college established west of the Mississippi. Jeremy C Bradley 2007 Legal philosopher and principal lecturer in law and management at London School of Business and Finance and Glion Institute of Higher Education, and a former SGA president Joshua Peters 2009 One of the youngest members of the Missouri State House of Representatives, and a former SGA president

Chief_administrator: Peggy Au (Director of Admissions and Records)
Fax: 5106288012
Phone: 5106288010
Geographic region: Far West AK CA HI NV OR WA
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Undergraduate application fee: $75.00
Graduate application fee: $75.00
Member of National Athletic Association: No
Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): No
Member of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIC): No
Member of National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA): No
Member of National Small College Athletic Association (NSCAA): No
Member of National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA): No