Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog 2013-1014: Lincoln College

Transfer Students

Students who are transferring to Lincoln College from another college or university must submit official transcripts from all other institutions of higher education attended.  Transfer students may enter the College at the beginning of any semester; they must submit their high school transcript record, standardized test scores; and in some cases an on campus personal interview and letters of recommendation are required.  If the student was on probation at the previous institution and/or maintained less than a 2.0 (4.0 scale) grade point average, they must be admitted to Lincoln College upon review by the Academic Review Committee or the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services.  Students with less than a 2.0 transfer grade point average may be accepted on a conditional acceptance.

Deposit and Refund Policies

A $25.00 application fee must be included with student’s application for admission to Lincoln College. In addition, the college requires that a $75.00 enrollment deposit and, if residing in the residence halls, a $125.00 housing deposit be paid upon acceptance to the College to guarantee housing and classroom space. While the application fee is nonrefundable, the deposits are refundable until May 1 if students decide not to attend Lincoln College.

Application Procedure

Based upon the number of credit hours for which a student desires to enroll, the application procedure may vary. All procedural steps are required.

* Please note: All final, official high school and/or final, official college transcripts must be submitted by the last day of the add/drop period.

Upon Acceptance

Confirmation of Early Registration

Students must pay tuition and fees or make arrangements for deferred tuition payments (if needed) on a prescribed date before classes begin. This step confirms the class schedule.


For students who have not registered early by attending a S.O.A.R. event, a regular registration period will be held prior to the start of classes each semester.

More Information

Choosing a college is an important and sometimes difficult decision. Catalogs, letters, and brochures are helpful, but none can replace seeing the campus and meeting the personalities who make up the Lincoln College community. Plan a visit soon by calling our admissions office at (800) 569-0556. We are here to welcome you on weekdays from 8 a.m – 5 p.m. and on Saturdays by appoint­ment only.