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Lincoln University Centennial: Home

Lincoln University Centennial 1921-2021

Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events- Updated as of November 5th

• Page Library Week- September 5-11.

• School of Business Week- October 4-8 Symposium October 6th

• Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences Week- October 25-29\

• Military Science Week November 8-13 including a Lincoln University Veterans Flag display on the Quad

• Fine Arts Week November 29- December 3 with a concert on December 3rd

• Founders Week- February 6-12, The Archives will present an event promoting the school’s heritage.

• School of Education Week- February 27-March 4

• Department of Journalism Week- March 20-26

• School of Nursing Week April 4-8

• Gala Fundraiser Event- April 23rd

• 100th Lincoln University Commencement- May 14th


• KJLU Radio Station Week-  to coincide with their Fall Pledge Drive TBA

The School Agriculture has an event planned but is not yet on the calendar.

The Lincoln University Police Department has expressed interest in hosting an event.

Timeline of Lincoln University History

The Lincoln University Centennial Celebration

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of Lincoln Institute’s transformation into Lincoln University. To celebrate our past and to share our current accomplishments, LU will be presenting departmental showcases throughout the academic year culminating in May 2022, with the 100th graduating class of Lincoln University.

Additionally, we are commemorating the institution’s heritage with monthly installments of Lincoln University history.

We appreciate your interest and support in honoring the outstanding academic tradition that is Lincoln!

Fine Arts Showcase

November Spotlight

November features the 1930s and the landmark case of Gaines v Canada, a decision that would profoundly change the American education system.