Lincoln University


    Lincoln University, founded in
    1854, was the first Historically Black College (HBCU) in the US. In the
    African American university’s 150 year-history, alumni include Thurgood
    Marshall, Langston Hughes and the Presidents of Nigeria and Ghana. Lincoln offers undergraduate and graduate programs and its
    422-acre campus, located in rolling Pennsylvania
    between Philadelphia and Baltimore, reveals an inviting and vibrant
    black college.