- Lincoln Christian University is an accredited member of the Higher Learning Commission.
- Lincoln Christian University is accredited by the Association of Biblical Higher Education.
- Lincoln Christian Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools.
- The Master’s in Counseling program is accredited by The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.
Lincoln Christian University provides a high-quality education to undergraduate and graduate students.
Lincoln Christian Seminary offers rigorous Biblical and theological study to those with both practical ministry and academic interests. Of those students who enrolled in the Seminary for the first time in Fall 2013, 79 percent were still here for Fall 2014. Furthermore, over the past five years, on average, 263 students have enrolled each fall, and during that same time period, on average, 62 students have graduated. Of Seminary graduates, 76 percent report that they are employed, enrolled in further higher education or not seeking employment, and 82 percent report that if they were to do it over again, they would still choose Lincoln Christian Seminary. Additionally, Seminary graduates report that their education improved their ability to think theologically (4.5), interpret scripture (4.3/5), grew their enthusiasm for learning (4.4/5), faith in God (4.2/5), and focus and self-discipline (4.2/5). We believe that much of our success can be attributed to the accessibility of our faculty (4.2/5) and the quality of their teaching (4.4/5).
Participants in Title IV Federal Financial Aid under the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, are required to direct students to a state agency for assistance with unresolved complaints. Related regulations require all Title IV participating institutions, regardless of the origin of their state authorization to operate, to comply with state agency complaint process and to communicate such information publicly. Under Federal rule 34 CFR §600.9 and §668.43(b), Title IV eligible institutions must make available to students or prospective students, upon request, a copy of the documents describing the institution’s accreditation and state authorization. The institution must provide its students or prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accreditor and the state.
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Approval and Authorization
- Approved by the Illinois State Approving Agency, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, for the education of veterans.
- Authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.