Lincoln University or University of Lincoln or variations may refer to:
- in England
- University of Lincoln
- in New Zealand
- Lincoln University (New Zealand)
- in the United States
- Lincoln University (California)
- Lincoln Christian University (Illinois)
- Lincoln University (Missouri)
- University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- Lincoln University (Pennsylvania)
- Lincoln Memorial University, in Tennessee
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... The school was incorporated in 1926 as a part of Lincoln University and located in San Francisco, becoming a non-profit institution in 1949 ... By 1987, Lincoln University's entire law school program was concentrated in San Jose ... In 1993, the San Jose campus formally separated from Lincoln University becoming an independent, public benefit, non-profit corporation, changing its name to Lincoln Law School of San Jose ...
... As president of Lincoln University (1945–1957), Dr ... In his will Barnes gave Lincoln University the privilege of naming four of the five directors originally defined as the number for the governing board of ... This has diluted Lincoln's influence over the valuable collection, now valued at over two billion dollars ...
... Lincoln University (LU) is the United States' first degree-granting historically black university ... Founded as a private university, since 1972 it is a public institution ... The university also hosts a Center for Graduate Studies in the City of Philadelphia ...
... This list of Lincoln University alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students and current students of Lincoln University ... Lincoln University is a historically black university (HBCU) ... Lincoln University has many notable alumni, including Thurgood Marshall, Langston Hughes, Hildrus Poindexter, Horace Mann Bond, Roscoe Lee Browne ...
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