Lincoln University Offers Aid
Posted By: Nirvana Edwards on September 08, 2005 |
For Release: Immediately Contact: Mr. Michael Hill, VP, Development &
Friday, September 2, 2005 OR Jonathan Chase, Communications Office
LINCOLN OFFERS AID TO DISPLACED STUDENTS
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA--In an effort to lend help to those in need during this time of crisis, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania will be offering tuition free education relief to students from Xavier, Dillard and Southern University of New Orleans, all fellow HBCUs that have been affected by **** Katrina.
Lincoln is willing to take on and house fifty (50) female students who will not be charged tuition for this semester but will have to pay Room, Board and Fees. Lincoln University will open its doors to an additional 25 students, male or female who are able to commute who will also have tuition waived. Students
interested in taking advantage of this offer must enroll by September 9th as
classes began on August 24th.
All those interested in taking advantage of this
offer please contact the Office of Admissions at
1 800 790 0191 or visit www.lincoln.edu .
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