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

Application and Requirements

Student Requirements and Application Process

Are you interested in serving as an agent of change in your community? Apply today in the Lincoln University of Missouri Law Enforcement Training Academy.

Welcome to the Lincoln University Law Enforcement Academy (LULETA)! All students are required to submit applications to the LULETA program and LU Admissions. *Submissions do not guarantee enrollment, all materials must be submitted completely and accurately to be eligible for review.

Apply to LULETA  Apply to LU

Please download and complete with adobe acrobat reader this is fillable pdf file that you can save:

Your application and materials must be notarized to be eligible for review. You have three options to submit your application, resumé and supporting materials: 

  1. Print and return application in-person to: 900 Leslie Blvd Suite C Jefferson City MO, 65101
  2. Mail application to:

        Lincoln University
        Law Enforcement Training Academy
        Attn: Chief Gary Hill
        820 Chestnut St.
        Jefferson City MO, 65101

    3. Print, sign, scan and submit to both of the following e-mail addresses:

All applications must be notarized and complete.  Incomplete or non-notarized applications will not be accepted!

Application Process

Students must apply to both the LULETA program and to Admissions to be considered for acceptance. Before you apply to Lincoln University, which type of student are you?

College credit students: 

  • You will need high school transcripts with minimum of 2.5 GPA 
  • You will need college transcripts with minimum of 2.0 GPA 

Transfer students: 

  • Under 30 credit hours transferring: You will need high school and college transcripts with college minimum of 2.0 GPA 
  • Over 30 credit hours transferring you will need college transcripts (only) with minimum of 2.0 GPA 

Non-degree seeking students: 

Must apply at the university as visiting student no transcripts required; will not plan to earn college credits. 

Application Requirements

The following documents need to be included with your application:

  • Copy of your birth certificate and valid driver's license;
  • Copy of your high school diploma, college diploma, GED certification;
  • Copy of your DD214 if you were in the military;
  • Basic Training Legal Questionnaire and Authorization Form; and
  • u, you will be giving the option to transfer your application to another academy site or your application fee will be refunded to you.
  • If Reasonable Accommodation is being requested a written declaration requesting what reasonable accommodation is being requested along with certified documentation of the diagnosis of those.
  • MACHS Fingerprint collection receipt:  Fingerprint collection must be done no more than 45 days prior to the start date of the academy.
  • Completed applications with the above documents attached must be received by the LULETA no later than the 15th of the month prior to the start date of the academy you are applying for.

Application Process

  • Birth certificate
  • Driver’s license
  • College, high cchool, GED diploma or transcripts showing graduation dates.
  • Name change documents.
  • IDENTOGO receipt - MACHS Fingerprint collection receipt:  Fingerprint collection must be done no more than 45 days prior to the start date of the academy.
  • Copy of your DD214 if you were in the military.
  • Physical (athletic)
  • Criminal History Report
  • Arrest Report
  • Court Case Disposition
  • Students are required to provide:
  • Gray BDU or tactical training pants
  • One pair of black, minimum 6" waterproof tactical boots.
  • Running shoes
  • Shorts/athletic Apparel
  • Gym bag
  • Laptop computer
  • USB flash drive

Please do not bring firearms to campus. 

  • Ammo requirements TBD
  • Off-Campus Students are required to furnish their own handgun and ammunition. Acceptable handguns are semiautomatic 9 mm, 40 caliber and 45 calibers.
  • On-Campus recruits may utilize Lincoln University Police Department weapons during the firearm portion of the curriculum (special restrictions will apply).


All application materials must be notarized prior to submission. Lincoln University provides a notary Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. weekday. (It is recommended to call in advance.)