Career and Academic Support Services
Lincoln University prides itself on our ability to offer our students with the academic resources to be successful in the classroom and to acquaint them with the world of work resulting in a realistic career path.
Tutoring Support in all academic areas by Learning Specialists and peer tutors. Some classes are supported by a Supplemental Instruction (SI) leader; a student who has taken the class and passed the course competencies with an “A” or “B”. These SI leaders coordinate outside-of-the class study sessions two or three times a week based on student preferred times. Students who commit to and attend SI sessions typically increase their grade by one point.
Academic Enrichment Workshops are offered. Topics include Study Skills, Test Taking Strategies, Math Review and other academic support areas. Calendars are available on the department’s website and all students are encouraged to attend. These workshops are informative, interactive and fun.
Career Readiness Workshops are offered to acquaint students with professional and corporate worlds and to enhance their readiness for a professional career, engaging in the job market and help target internships that support their major course of study. Students are also able to develop interview skills and resume writing and editing assistance.
All Lincoln students can access the services offered by Career and Academic Support Services.
Students may come to the lower level of Page Library to sign up for tutoring services. A Learning Specialist will schedule you with a tutor who can best meet your needs.
Tutoring is available Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 am. - 3:00 p.m.
· Seek help early; don’t wait until you are overwhelmed.
· Attend every class; understand what is required of you by reading the syllabus.
· If your class has an SI leader, attend every out-of-class study session.
· Don’t miss any scheduled tutoring session; it keeps you on track.