Lincoln University : Profile

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401 15th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Website: www.lincolnuca.edu
Location: Far West AK CA HI NV OR WA

Get a snapshot of Lincoln University with this general overview, including student enrollment and graduation rates, average test scores, student demographics, and more.

Mission Statement

The mission of Lincoln University is to provide a synthesis of innovative and traditional education leading to outstanding professional opportunities for American and international students. Educational programs for graduate and undergraduate studies, as well as certificate programs, are developed to provide entry to successful careers and tools for professional development. With undergraduate degrees in business and diagnostic imaging and certificates in allied health fields, the students of Lincoln University are well prepared to enter the job market with skills that meet the needs of the contemporary workplace. Graduate programs in business studies, at the level of both master and doctorate, provide the successful students with a comprehensive and practical background in the world of business. The basic objectives of the University are: 1. to assist students in development of their analytical capacity; 2. to provide the necessary knowledge of the selected subject areas; 3. to introduce the attitude of personal responsibility necessary to function as a citizen in an interdependent world; 4. provide a terminal degree to the motivated and capable students.

School Characteristics

Student Population
792 Students
(138- Undergraduate Enrollment)
Private University
10200 In-state Tuition per year

Length of Study: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Religious Affiliation: Not Applicable

Test Scores & GPA

Average GPA: No

School Profile

Total Enrollment: 792
UnderGraduate Enrollment: 138
Retention Rate: 75%
Number of Graduates: 654

School Accreditation

National: Yes
Regional: No
Federal: Yes

Male / Female Enrollment


Total Enrollment


Source: School data comes from the Department of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), 2015. Data may vary depending on school and academic year.