Lincoln College Offering Summer Classes
Both Online and On-Campus Classes
Available; Local Students Eligible for Aid
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[April 28, 2017]
- Lincoln College will be offering both online and on-campus
classes this summer, with the online courses beginning May 15 and
the on-campus classes starting June 26.
“These courses are a great opportunity for students
already enrolled at Lincoln College, as well as for adult learners
and high school students who want to jump-start their college
education,” said Michelle Baldwin, Dean of Faculty and Instruction
at Lincoln College.
“Best of all, we are able to offer scholarship assistance to Logan
County residents and to dual credit students at Illini Central in
Mason City. The assistance will significantly reduce the cost of
these classes, making them very competitive with public university
and college classes, including community college classes,” Baldwin
Baldwin also pointed out that the summer classes, like all courses
at Lincoln College, do not require students to purchase text books,
since all book rentals are included in the tuition cost at Lincoln
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“Textbooks can add hundreds of dollars to the price of a class.
Students and their families often don’t think to factor in the cost of textbooks
and most colleges don’t warn potential students about this huge hidden fee,”
Online classes are being offered in English Composition 101, American Government
and Elementary Statistics.
On-campus courses, beginning June 26, will be offered in General
Biology, Criminal Justice Studies, Fundamentals of Speech, English Composition
102, Literature, Intermediate Algebra and Sociology.
Eligible High school students can receive dual credit for the courses – which
means they can meet their high school credit requirements while also earning
college credits for the classes.
A full schedule of summer course offerings may be found below.
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