General Admission Requirements

High school graduation or its equivalent is a prerequisite to entering all programs at Lincoln University. The high school level GED or similar tests may be accepted in lieu of high school graduation.

To apply for admission to the University, the prospective student should submit the following items to the Admissions Office:

  1. The "Application for Admission" form;

  2. A non-refundable application fee of $75;

  3. Official transcripts or its notarized copy, or an equivalency certificate, or an attestation of secondary education, or other documentation to prove high school graduation or its equivalent;

  4. Official transcripts from each postsecondary program from which applicants wish to transfer credits (for applicants who attended other postsecondary educational programs);

  5. One passport-size photograph;

  6. A photocopy of an identification document and a social security card (if it exists).

Some additional documents are required from certain groups of applicants or for admission to degree programs (see the categorized admission requirements by clicking each title on the right of the webpage).  The application will be evaluated when all documents are received.  At that time, the applicant is notified of his/her admission status.  A temporary acceptance may be granted to applicants who have provided the University with evidence of qualification for admission, but have yet to submit official records, test scores, or additional materials required.

All application documents used for admission process become the university property independent of the admission result. The documents cannot be returned. Applicants should keep copies of the documents for references.