The Alumni Association of Lincoln University

In 1854, Lincoln University 1854 was established as the nation’s first-degree granting Historically Black College & University (HBCU).  1859 – The first Lincoln University, then the Ashmun Institute, graduate was James Ralston Amos.  The Alumni Association was
formed at the next commencement. Since 1872, the Lincoln University Alumni Association has served and supported the university, the alumni, loyal friends, and the surrounding Lincoln University community.

  • To cultivate and foster a close fellowship among graduates, Alumni Chapters and former students of Lincoln University.
  • To encourage financial support for Lincoln University.
  • To assist in the recruitment of students to Lincoln University.
  • To work cooperatively with Lincoln University personnel to develop and implement programs that will benefit Lincoln and the AALU.

Meet the Executive Committee

Charisse Carney-Nunes ‘88

Camille Claiborne ‘09
Vice President

Rita McCaskill ‘91


Mirian Torain ‘90
Recording Secretary

Eric Becoats ‘88
Membership, Chair

Dawn Easter McCoy ‘89
Programs, Chair

Scott Fields ‘92
Finance, Chair

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