Orientation Program

Lincoln University faculty, staff and students look forward to you joining our Blue Tiger Family. At Lincoln University we believe in giving students a strong start into college and a clear path to success.  Our Orientation Program is designed to introduce you to Lincoln University and assist you in making a smooth transition to college. Therefore, we are committed to ensuring your first experience at Lincoln University is informative and enjoyable.  We  look forward to seeing you at orientation this January!


New & Transfer Student Orientation Date:  January 9, 2014 (Date change)

Check In Time:  8:15am-8:45am

Place: Scruggs University Center


Registering for Orientation is as easy as...

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Step 3: Pay Registration Fee ($30.00) in WebAdvisor

Here's How to Pay

Once logged into WebAdvisor:
1. Select the Student Tab
2. Under "Financial Information", select "Pay Orientation Fee"



  1. How do I log into WebAdvisor?

    Step 1: Go to WebAdvisor Online

    Step 2:
    In the lower right-hand corner, click Account Information then What’s my User ID and enter your last name and student ID or SSN number. Click Submit.

    Step 3:
    User ID will appear. Your initial password is the first initial first name, first initial of your last name, and your birth date in mm/dd/yy (with slashes format)

    • For example: Jane Doe, born on February 17 of 1994 would be jd02/17/94

    Step 4: You can now login into WebAdvisor using the Log In button in the top right corner.

  2. How do I pay the Orientation registration fee online?
    1. Log into WebAdvisor.
    2. Select the Student Tab
    3. Under "Financial Information", select "Pay Orientation Fee"
  3. What are the Health Requirements?
    1. Completed Medical Health History
    2. Immunizations: Must show proof of two (2) doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) - Not required for students born before 1956.  If records are not available, medical confirmation that the student had the disease(s) or a titer (blood test) will be accepted.
    3. Meningococcal Vaccination: Required for students living on-campus ONLY

    Please note:  Immunization requirements for international student may vary, depending on personal medical history and travel, please contact Student Health Center for further information.

  4. How can I arrange special accommodations and academic services?

    If you require any special assistance or academic services in testing please contact the Office of Disability Services at (573) 681-5167. Examples of these types of services include, but are not limited to an Individual Education Plan (IEP), dyslexia, documented learning disabilities, blindness, hearing impaired, additional time in test-taking, etc. Students MUST self-identify and register with Disability Services in order to receive accommodations during New Student Orientation.

  5. What do I bring to Orientation?

    Housing application and $125.00 housing de-posit. (cash, check, money order acceptable forms of payment) if you have not submitted yet
    Roommate questionnaire
     Official and unopened transcripts not yet submitted to the Office of Admissions for previously earned college credit and final high school transcripts
    Health Center requirements
     Your Webadvisor login and password, you will need it for the math placement exam

  6. Hotel accomodations


    Hotel Information

  7. Map & Directions