Academic Affairs
Lincoln University specializes in meeting the needs of a diverse student population in terms of age, ethnicity, gender, and socio-economic background. As a historically black institution, Lincoln continues to give particular attention to African-American students from both within and outside Missouri. The University also provides academic, personal, and social programs and services that are commensurate with the needs of the diverse population which it serves. In this regard, an array of unique, as well as standard, educational and support services are provided. In addition, the University provides opportunities for non-traditional students to participate in educational activities held at on- and off-campus sites.


About the Provost

Said Sewell, Ph. D., Professor of Political Science in the College of Arts and Letters, is Lincoln's  Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. As chief academic officer, he oversees teaching and learning across the university, including education, research,  and faculty affairs at Lincoln. In support of the institutional mission, Lincoln offer more than 50 programs of study, including high quality, student-centered undergraduate programs grounded in the liberal arts and sciences and select graduate programs to prepare students for professional service and lifelong learning.

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News and Highlights
  • Dr. Albert Essel hired as the new Dean of the College of Agriculture, Environmental, and Human Sciences




November   4       Advance Registration begins for the Spring 2016

November   24    Thanksgiving Recess Begins at Midnight

November   30    Thanksgiving Recess Ends

November   30    Last Day to Drop 16-weeks classes                                                        (see professors first)


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