Lincoln College, Lincoln

Lincoln, IL

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Lincoln College, Lincoln

Lincoln College, Lincoln

Lincoln College, Lincoln Student Essentials

Lincoln College, Lincoln Student Essentials
Region: Midwest
Setting: Small Town Setting
Type: Private
Affiliation: Not applicable
Size: Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
Mascot: Lynx
Website: lincolncollege.edu
On-Campus Housing Available: Yes
Selectivity: Selective
In-State Tuition: $17,500
Out-of-State Tuition: $17,500
Retention Rate: 55%
Enrollment: 1,395
Year Established: 1865

About Lincoln College, Lincoln

We provide students with the best educational experience possible and an opportunity to succeed. What makes Lincoln College special is our staff and their willingness to meet the individual needs of each and every student.

Lincoln College at Lincoln is a two-year residential campus offering a liberal arts foundation as well as athletic and fine arts programs. Lincoln College at Normal also offers associate degree programs as well as four-year programs and a cosmetology school. Both central Illinois campuses provide low student to faculty ratios and complete supportive services.

Lincoln is our “flagship” campus and its mission is to provide a high-quality two-year educational experience primarily to traditional-age residential students and also to a growing enrollment of more mature commuter students. All are welcome to study at Lincoln College - Lincoln.

Lincoln College provides a full measure of personal support. This is an intentionally small institution because we strive to give each student substantial individual attention. Our class sizes are small and each year we are delighted to observe students, faculty members, and support staff coming together as an academic family. There are a number of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities available to students on both campuses and, because of our small size, we are able to offer many educational enrichment opportunities.

Lincoln, Illinois, is a community of approximately 15,000 residents. The city is located about three hours from Chicago and two and a half hours from St. Louis. It is an area rich in American and Illinois history. This city is also the county seat of Logan County and was the first city named for Abraham Lincoln, an event which occurred in 1853 before he became a nationally-known figure.

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Lincoln College, Lincoln Location

Lincoln College, Lincoln
300 Keokuk St
Lincoln, IL 62656


Weather

Seasonal average temperatures for Lincoln, IL

Winter
Dec
37
22
Jan
34
18
Feb
39
22
Spring
Mar
51
31
Apr
64
41
May
74
52
Summer
Jun
83
61
Jul
86
65
Aug
84
62
Fall
Sep
78
54
Oct
66
42
Nov
51
33

Students

Full-Time Undergrad Students 1,395
Freshman Class 369
Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students) 1,395

Ethnic Diversity:

  • Latino: 5%
  • African American: 32%
  • Caucasian: 55%
  • Unknown and Other: 7%
Latino 5%
African American 32%
Caucasian 55%
Unknown and Other 7%

Undergraduate 100%
Graduate %
Full-Time 97%
Part-Time 3%
Women 53%
Men 47%
International 1%
Domestic 99%

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