Lincoln University of Pennsylvania Reviews
Lincoln University is the first Historically Black College or University ( HBCU). Lincoln is home of the Lions, there are many degree options and minor options. The faulty and staff members are all equipped and always welcoming. The Lincoln community will make you feel at home and feel like you belong. The sociology department is very intimate because not many people major in sociology. So if you are thinking about sociology just know that you will have have a one on one experience with the professors because in an average class, the maximum in that class is about 16 students.
Lincoln University was my home away from home. I felt as though my professors truly cared about my success and continuation of pursuing my education. Lincoln has great students that truly care about one another and want each other to succeed. I believe that Lincoln is a great institution.
During my collegiate career, I pursued my undergraduate studies in Strategic Communications with a focus in Public Relations where I've learned how to operate strategically in the field. The program has also enabled my level of creativity. I've become full-equipped and skilled within this profession. As a result, my competency levels in creative development, qualitative research as well as written and speech communications has been enhanced.
I really enjoyed my experience at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania! I felt like I was really valued. I like the small school environment because I was able to interact with my professors and build a rapport with them. I was also given many opportunities such as paid summer research programs, science symposiums and international research trip. I had a great experience overall and I am now a first year medical student. I would recommend this school for those going into the sciences!
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania was one of the best choices that I have made in my life. The prestigious historical campus was not only beautiful, but the professors were their at any time of need. I learned so much, and built friendships that will last a lifetime.