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Welcome to the Lincoln University Honors Program on-line newsletter. Here, current and future students will have access to all the information they need to determine if the Honors Program is right for them. The Honors Program is for exceptional students who value the quality of their education, as well as enjoy interacting with other students who share the same academic values as they do.
 
Initial acceptance into this program requires a high school GPA of 3.2 or an ACT score of 24. Current Lincoln University students can also be recommended for the Honors Program by their instructors. To graduate with honors, a student must maintain a GPA of 3.2 and complete 24 hours in honors course work.
 
This newsletter features access to many different links concerning possible internships, scholarships and fellowships. Honors courses for the upcoming semesters will also be posted. News and events pertaining to the honors societies on campus will be updated regularly, as well as other university-sponsored academic events. And lastly, the newsletter will keep students up-to-date on all honors events on or off campus. 
 
Thanks for taking a look at the Lincoln University Honors Program.

 

Honors Courses For The Spring 2014 Semester

PSY 151H Honors General Psychology

ENG 152H Honors Composition and Rhetoric II

HIS 152H Honors World Civilizations II

PHI 203H Honors Ethics

ENG 301H Honors Introduction to Literature

PSC 499H Honors Government Internship*

*Students interested in PSC 499H Honors Government Internship should prepare a resume and contact Dr. Amy Gossett for additional information.

If you have any ideas for courses you would like to see the university adopt, or courses that should be offered more frequently, please let us know. Your input is what will help us form this program as we move forward.

For complete course studies, please see the link below.

www.lincolnu.edu/web/records-office/academic-bulletins

 

 

 

 

Internships and Career Information Sites

Please try using these sites for possible summer internships that could potentially lead to future employment opportunities. These sites were provided by the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity.

www.indeed.com
www.blackexcel.org
www.idealist.org
www.mediabistro.com

If you have any questions regarding these sites please contact:

Tamesha Harper

Regional Program Manager-Atlanta

Sponsors For Educational Opportunity

(SEO)

www.seo-usa.org

917.379.3923