Lincoln University

The Lincoln University was chartered in April 1854 as Ashmun Institute. As Horace Mann Bond, '23, the eighth president of Lincoln University, so eloquently cites in the opening chapter of his book, Education for Freedom, this was "the first institution found anywhere in the world to provide a higher education in the arts and sciences for male youth of African descent." The story of Lincoln University goes back to the early years of the 19th century and to the ancestors of its founder, John Miller Dickey, and his wife, Sarah Emlen Cresson. The Institute was re-named Lincoln University in 1866 after President Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln is surrounded by the rolling farmlands and wooded hilltops of southern Chester County, Pennsylvania. Its campus is conveniently located on Baltimore Pike, about one mile off US Route 1 – 45 miles southwest of Philadelphia, 15 miles northwest of Newark, Delaware, 25 miles west of Wilmington, Delaware, and 55 miles north of Baltimore, Maryland.

Lincoln University offers internship courses that allow students to gain work experience while they study in the U.S.

Lincoln University תואר ראשון

Anthropology
Biology
Business
Chemistry
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Education
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Sciences
Fine Arts
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Health and Physical Fitness Education
History
Mass Communication
Music
Performing Arts
Physiology
Religion
Sociology
Visual Arts

Lincoln University תואר שני ומעלה

Administrative Studies
Education
Human Services
Reading Education
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מספר סטודנטים
2,000
Location
Oakland
California, United States
San Francisco
California, United States