Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is asking the Legislature for $10 million to renovate a hospital for classes at Lincoln University.
Several officials at Lincoln University are losing their jobs in reorganization by the public university in Jefferson City.
The Jefferson City News Tribune reports the building and grounds director, a tutor and the vice presidents for administration, academic affairs and university advancement will be losing their jobs.
The vice president for student affairs will become the dean of students with reduced responsibilities and a nearly 22 percent pay cut.
The Jefferson City Council officially approved the 2014 city budget at its meeting on Tuesday.
A new partnership between Lincoln University, Linn State Technical College, and several Jefferson City businesses will allow students to earn credit that could go toward either school.
The administrator recently named as Lincoln University’s new president says more funding and national recognition are two key goals he has for the university.
An administrator at a college in North Carolina will become the new president of Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Lincoln University curators announced Friday that Kevin D. Rome will be the school's 19th president, beginning June 1.
Lincoln University and Linn State Technical College have signed a contract to purchase the campus that will soon be vacated by Jefferson City High School.
Two Missouri schools are among several historically black colleges and universities nationwide receiving grants from the U.S. Department of Education.
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A national education organization has filed a lawsuit against Lincoln University in Jefferson City over access to records.