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McKinstry Memorial Library

  • Lyle Lecture Hall
  • Library

The McKinstry Memorial Library offers students resources to study in a quiet place, conduct research, and access computers.  In addition, classes are held in the Lyle Lecture Hall.

Olin-Sang Residence Hall

Olin-Sang is a traditional female residence hall and houses 74  females in double occupancy rooms with community bathrooms on every floor.  The microwave, toaster, and vending machine are located on the first floor.  Laundry facilities are located in the basement.

LCTV Studio

LCTV Studio is a state of the art TV station. Channel 5, LCTV is broadcast from Lincoln College’s campus.  Students in the Radio, TV, and New Media program utilize LCTV to shoot, edit, and produce content for TV.  Community members may drop off their DVD’s for viewing on LCTV at the drop box on the outside of the building.

Old Adams Studio

Bookstore and Post Office

The Bookstore is where Lincoln College students can pick up their FREE textbooks. In addition the Bookstore offers Lincoln memorabilia, school supplies and snacks. Student mailboxes are located in the Post Office connected to the bookstore.

Davidson-Sheffer Gymnasium

The Davidson-Sheffer Gymnasium hosts indoor intramural games, special events, and “Open Gyms” available to students throughout the year. Many of our athletic teams hold indoor practices in this gym.

Behrends Admissions Building

The Behrends Admissions Building is home to the Lincoln College Admissions team and Dean of Enrollment Management. Prospective students and their families will meet here before beginning their tour of campus and the admissions process.

David Harts Science Building

The David Harts Science Building is home to classrooms as well as the following offices:

  • Business Office
  • Financial Aid
  • Office of Institutional Advancement – Alumni Relations
  • Registrar

In addition to the above offices, the Harts Building houses science labs on the 2nd and 3rd story along with faculty offices.

University Hall

University Hall is the iconic landmark of Lincoln College. Built in 1865, it is the original building on Lincoln College’s campus. Inside University Hall or UH you will find the following offices:

  • President’s Office
  • Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services
  • Dean of Academic Affairs
  • Public Relations and Media Manager
  • Faculty Offices

Johnston Center for Performing Arts

Performing spaces include:

  • Karl Meyer Theatre (Main Stage)
  • Hostick Theatre Studio (Black Box)
  • Vance Family Dance Studio

The Johnston Center for Performing Arts is Lincoln College’s home to performing Arts. Students with a niche for performing will enjoy signing, dancing, acting, or playing their favorite instrument in the Karl Meyer Theatre.  The theatre has a 300 person capacity.  Students also like performing in the small black box, Hostick Studio with seating capacity for 80. In addition, the Vance Family Dance Studio is located inside of the Johnston Center. Classrooms for Theatre, Vocal, and Jazz Studies are all located inside the Johnston Center.

Dooley Hall

Dooley Hall houses traditional classrooms, four computer labs, Math Tutoring labs, and faculty offices.  Computer labs are open to all students at designated hours with free printing. The Math Tutoring lab is staffed with professional tutors and faculty members to help with all Math courses offered at Lincoln College.

In addition the following departments are located inside of Dooley Hall:

  • Director of Transition Services
  • IT Department

John R. Gelbach Academic Building

Gelbach Hall is home to traditional and non-traditional classrooms. Small classrooms at Lincoln College allow professors and students to interact in a setting that facilitates discussion in a comfortable learning environment.

The following departments are inside Gelbach Hall:

  • Office for Disability Services
  • Academic Advisement
  • Academic Success Center
  • Tutoring Center

Maintenance Building

Maintenance Building

Scully Natatorium

The Scully Natatorium features an NCAA-size competitive pool with two Olympic diving boards and is home to the Lynx Swimming and Diving teams.  The pool is open to the public during open swim hours.

Heritage South Residence Hall and Student Services

Heritage South is a three story, male suite-style residence hall with private bathrooms shared by a connecting room. Laundry facilities are located on every floor and a microwave, toaster, and vending machine are located in the main lobby.

Located inside Student Services are the following offices:

  • Counseling Services
  • Director of Health Services
  • Director of Residence Life
  • Director of Student Development

Meyer-Evans Student Center

The Meyer-Evans Student Center is a multi-purpose building that includes the following areas:

  • Alumni Meeting Room
  • Dining Hall
  • Student Government Offices
  • Snack Bar

The Student Center is a place for students to gather in between or after classes and enjoy a game of billiards, ping pong, watch TV or movies in the community room, and enjoy a snack form the snack bar. In addition, the dining hall offers students all-you-can-eat buffet style meals.

Hoyle Residence Hall

Hoyle is a traditional female residence hall and houses 88 female students on two floors in air conditioned, double occupancy rooms with community bathrooms on each floor. The laundry facilities, microwave, toaster, and vending machine is located in the lounge on the first floor.

Heritage West Residence Hall

Heritage Hall West is home to 120 female students in suite-style rooms with a private bathroom shared by a connecting room. Heritage West and Heritage North share a common lounge with a microwave, toaster, vending machine and laundry facility.

Heritage North Residence Hall

Heritage Hall North is home to 120 female students in suite-style rooms with a private bathroom shared by a connecting room. Heritage North and Heritage West share a common lounge with a microwave, toaster, vending machine and laundry facility.

Carroll Residence Hall South

Carroll Hall houses 172 male students  on three floors, in a traditional residence hall with double occupancy rooms and a community bathroom on each floor. A shared lounge offers a microwave, toaster, and vending machine. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor on the north side and on the south side.

Carroll Residence Hall North

Carroll Hall houses 172 male students  on three floors, in a traditional residence hall with double occupancy rooms and a community bathroom on each floor. A shared lounge offers a microwave, toaster, and vending machine. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor on the north side and on the south side.

Maintenance Building

WLNX FM – Radio Station

WLNX Radio Station is Lincoln College’s student-run radio station. All students have the opportunity to immediately get involved in different roles at the station such as: on air music personality, sports play-by-play announcing, technical engineering, promotion and marketing, and so much more.  Students in the Radio, TV, and New Media Degree program utilize the radio station for hands-on learning.

The Lincoln Center and Lincoln Heritage Museum

The Lincoln Center is a state of the art facility and home to the Jack D. Nutt Arena, Scott Joslin Fitness Center, Lynx Wrestling Room, classrooms, and Athletic Offices. Lynx athletic events are played inside the Jack D. Nutt Arena along with a variety of other special events.  The Scott Joslin Fitness Center is used by the entire campus community and features Precor cardio and strength training equipment.

Offices inside the Lincoln Center include:

  • Athletic Director
  • Athletic Offices

The Lincoln Heritage Museum

Appreciate the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Heritage Museum. The first floor is home to historical Lincoln artifacts and the second floor provides visitors with a unique, interactive museum experience where you can touch and interact with history. Ranked as one of the 30 most amazing university museums in the world (bestcollegesonlineranking, 2013), Lincoln Heritage Museum is open to the public with opportunities for students and community members to get involved.

Amtrak transportation services run two to three times round trip Lincoln – Chicago. The stops include Bloomington, Pontiac, Joliet, and Union Station (downtown Chicago).