Almost any day is a great day to visit Lincoln University. We provide campus tours and presentations daily. We offer tours Monday through Friday (excluding university holidays) at 11:00 a.m., Mondays and Fridays at 2:00 p.m. and on select Saturdays at 11:00 a.m.
Each campus visit begins with a student-led walking tour that takes you through our entire campus and highlights such locations as the Soldiers Memorial, Academic Buildings, and our Student Center. Each tour lasts approximately one hour. Upon finishing the tour, you will receive a presentation (only on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's), which will cover the admission process and your next steps to becoming an Lincolnite.
There are many optional activities that you can participate in while visiting Lincoln University campus, such as meeting a professor, sitting in on a class, or visiting the university bookstore. Please let us know when scheduling your tour if you would like to make additional appointments.
Lincoln University welcomes teacher/counselor-led groups, classes, clubs, and organizations to our campus. We have a suggested itinerary for different age groups, but can also accommodate special requests. We will personalize your tour to meet your group's needs Monday – Thursday (excluding holidays). Please note – there may be limitations due to availability of staff, room locations, and group sizes. Requests given with advance notice are more likely to be accommodated.
To schedule your group visit today click on the button below to register your group or contact Davion Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Tiger Day is an half-day event intended for high school juniors and seniors who would like a more in-depth look at what Lincoln University has to offer. Students and parents will have the opportunity to meet with professors, tour campus, and hear from current students about all things Lincoln.
The Fall 2015 Blue Tigers Days will be held on:
- October 12th (Lincoln's Homecoming Week)
Space is limited, so reserved your spot now!
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