Summer Hours Through August 9, Lincoln is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and closed on Fridays. 

Academic Living Learning Communities

Our Academic Living and Learning Communities Honors Program are designed to cultivate you and help you grow into being an exceptional scholar.

After taking part, you'll be well-prepared for graduate school, professional programs and professional work environments.

As a Lincoln University Honors Program scholar, you will be trained to an advanced level in the following areas:

  • Core communication
  • High-level critical thinking
  • Understanding of how to integrate and apply knowledge
  • Written and verbal intellectual depth
  • Societal and cultural awareness
  • Demonstration of prudent judgment, values and ethics

We also encourage and facilitate study abroad so you can expand your learning, experience new perspectives and become an informed and experienced citizen of the world.

Community Cohorts

  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and Business-related Careers
  • Health Allied Professions
  • Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Occupations

If an incoming scholar chooses to reside on campus s/he will be housed in Anthony Hall which acts as the hub for programming and activities and is centrally located near the student union.

Each residence-hall floor is dedicated to a cohort, includes a computer lab, and has its own assigned peer mentor.

Every member of our program has card access to the Honors Program residence hall so that s/he may fully participate in and have access to the benefits of our living learning communities.

The Honors Program Living Learning Communities and corresponding curricula are intentional about cultivating exceptional scholars, well-prepared for graduate school, professional school and work environments.    

Our personal and professional pathway to success includes specific goals for each year of a student’s university experience.

Year 1 Freshman Focus on Your Future goals include:

  • Making the successful transition from pre-college life to the norms of academic life.
  • Fostering a sense of commitment to one’s own growth and education.

Year 2 Sophomore Year of Service goals include:

  • Helping the scholar see her/his connectedness to others.
  • Realizing a commitment to citizenship and community through experiential learning.

Year 3 Junior Journey Abroad goals include:

  • Establishing a wider and more humane perspective.
  • Adding value to scholar learning via a study abroad experience.

Year 4 Senior Success in the Workplace goals include:

  • Introducing scholars to their chosen careers through internships.
  • Combining one’s passion, knowledge, and experience to ensure lifelong success.

Contact Us

Dr. Amy Gossett
Honors Program Manager
Anthony Hall, 4th Floor
825 Chestnut Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
P: 573-681-5220

Ms. Anita Cole
Honors Program Coordinator
124 Page Library
Jefferson City, MO 65101
P: 573-681-5391