Since 2003, Lincoln University has had the high-impact educational practice known as Learning Communities. A learning community is a group of twenty-five students enrolled in two or more of the same courses. Each learning community has a theme, and the faculty integrate the course work of two or more courses. Some Communities are designed for specific majors while others are open to any freshman and concentrate on general education course requirements.
Students who particpate in a learning community on average have a higher GPA and complete more credit hours in their first-year of college.
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