Human Resource Recent Updates
4/26/16-The new casual employment policy will go into effect on July 1, 2016. The revised casual employment policy and guidelines can be found under the Guidelines menu selection. The casual employment Personnel Transaction Form (PTR) has been revised to accommodate the changes in policy and guidelines and can be found under the Forms menu selection. The data field instructions for completing the PTR can be found under the Guidelines menu selection.
4/26/16-Summer Student Employment will now be allowed to work up 35 hours a week between May 16 and August 10th. The SER form has been revised to reflect these extended hours. Please see the revised SER form under the forms menu.
4/25/16-Lincoln University will follow the State of Missouri's lead in "banning the box", which means we will no longer ask the question about criminal background on the employment application. The university does background screenings now on new employees. The employment application has been updated on the website
4/12/16Graduate Tuition Waiver Policy has been approved and the Form for requesting this waiver can be found in the HR forms menu.
Graduate Tuition Waiver
An educational assistance tuition waiver is granted to full time (1.0 FTE) benefit eligible employees. Benefit eligible employees are full-time staff members with one or more years of service. Fifty percent of in-state tuition for full-time employees with one or more years of service shall be waived for the first six hours each semester (fall and spring only) for graduate enrollment. This benefit is available for employees only. Per IRS tax purposes (IRC127), employee benefits for graduate tuition waiver that exceed $5,250 in a calendar year may be taxed and will appear on the employee W-2.
The Employee Tuition Waiver Form must be submitted and approved for the respective semester no later than the last day for making financial arrangements with Student Accounts. This benefit cannot be combined with any other tuition adjustment program (i.e. Graduate Tuition Reduction for Lincoln University graduates).
This policy applies to fees for tuition only as stated above. This policy does not apply to any other fees. Only persons who have satisfied all university admission requirements are eligible to benefit from the provisions of the policy.
Any person who receives a tuition waiver as provided herein and does not maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above shall be denied further benefits under this policy until a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above has been achieved. Benefits shall be denied until a 3.00 or above grade point average is achieved the subsequent semester.
An eligible employee shall be granted three academic hours of release time during the normal work week. In addition, an eligible employee may utilize the lunch hour for attending academic classes with the approval of the area supervisor
Jim Marcantonio-Human Resource Director
- Coordinate the department operations of 4 staff
- Oversee employee compensation and benefits,
- Facilitate the hiring processes,
- Title IX coordination
- State, federal law and university employment policy compliance
- Employment related technical assistance.
Tyanna Scott-Human Resource Coordinator
- Employee benefit enrollment and management
- Employee leave administration
- Workers Compensation Claim Processing
Imani P. Stovall - HR Intern/ Student Worker
Design Student Orientation Packet
Handle Personnel Files
Assist HR Staff
The Human Resources Office provides an array of services for the Lincoln University customer base. The Department of Human Resources is dedicated to providing services that support and advance the success of employees. We foster a positive and supportive work environment within the campus community and recognize that our most valuable resource is our workforce.