Welcome to the High School Guidance Counselor and College Transfer Advisors’ Page

Lincoln College is rich in history and tradition and for 150 years we have helped students of all backgrounds and abilities maximize their potential. Today, Lincoln College continues to change students’ lives with our two and four-year degree options. This page serves as a helpful resource with links to request visits from a Lincoln College representative to your school, requirements for admissions to Lincoln College, and so much more.

Freshman To-Do List
Transfer Student To-Do List

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR FRESHMEN

What do you want to study?

Acceptance to Lincoln College is based on a student’s high school record and standardized test scores. In select cases, a personal interview and letters of recommendation are required. Generally students with an ACT composite score of 16 and a cumulative GPA of a 2.00 or higher may be admitted without restriction. Those with an ACT composite score of 15 or lower may be admitted upon review by the Assistant Director of Admissions and if accepted are accepted on a conditional acceptance.  To find out more information, visit the Freshman Admission page.

Freshman Admissions

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS

Programs by Campus

Acceptance to Lincoln College is based on a student’s college, high school, and standardized test scores. Transfer applicants will need to send all college transcripts from any college or university they have attended. Transfer students with less than a 2.0 college GPA, if accepted, will start at Lincoln College on academic probation and must maintain a GPA of above a 2.0 their first semester. To find out more information, visit the Transfer Admission page.

Transfer Admissions

APPLICATION FEE WAIVER REQUIREMENTS

Academic Services

Lincoln College accepts application fee waivers for students who meet one of the following requirements:

 

  • Student has received or is eligible to receive an ACT or SAT testing fee waiver.
  • Student is enrolled in or eligible to participate in the Federal Free or Reduced Price Lunch program (FRPL).
  • Student’s annual family income falls within the Income Eligibility Guidelines set by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
  • Student is enrolled in a federal, state or local program that aids student from low-income families (e.g., TRIO programs such as Upward Bound).
  • Student’s family receives public assistance.
  • Student lives in federally subsidized public housing, a foster home or is homeless.
  • Student is a ward of the state or an orphan.

Click below to download the Application Fee Waiver for NACAC

Fee Waiver

MEET OUR LINCOLN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS

Academic Services

We feel it is important for students who are interested in Lincoln College to get to know their admissions counselors. A short bio, picture and contact information of each of our admissions counselors can be found by using the following link.

Counselor Information

REQUEST A VISIT WITH A LINCOLN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR

Academic Services

Our admission counselors are available to come visit your school and personally meet with you or your students. If you would like to request a meeting or visit from a member of our admissions team please contact us: Phone: 1-800-569-0556 or click below to email. We look forward to getting to know you and your students.

Request a Visit