By: Rickiea Cohen
Information regarding summer undergraduate and grad courses was recently sent to students through the Office of the Registrar to allow students to choose if they will enroll in these courses that will be at Lincoln University and/or in Philadelphia at the Graduate center.
Summer courses will begin on Monday, May 20 with the last day to withdraw which will be Fri, May 24.
Harren Holmes, Junior will be taking summer undergraduate courses this year and stated “ I currently live in Jersey city which is not too far from Philadelphia, It will save me a lot of money just to stay home and commute to the summer courses, so that is way better for me.”
Catherine Rutledge the University Registrar and Interim director of Institutional research recently informed students that to be advised that with courses being offered in Philadelphia and at main campus to pay attention to the location codes. The “MC” is for Main Campus and the “GC” is for the Graduate Center in Philadelphia. So that students will not get the locations mixed up and register for the wrong places.
She explained that students who plan to register should log in to their Web advisor and filter on location and term in the Search for Sections area, so they will choose the right location. If any student needs help they can visit the Office of the Registrar and they will help you enroll properly.
Additionally, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education recently approved Lincoln University’s plan to establish a campus in the city of Coatesville.
Lincoln University will begin offering courses this upcoming fall semester at the new Coatesville location. Courses will be offered during the evenings and weekends and as enrollment grows classes will move toward traditional as well as accelerated undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Business.
“Once again, Lincoln University claims another first with its expansion to the city of Coatesville,” said Dr. Robert R. Jennings, university president. “Lincoln University-Coatesville offers a great and convenient opportunity for a working adult, veteran or any other student who has already obtained an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in Business and wishes to further his or her professional career with an advanced degree.” (Lincoln.edu)