A closer look at Lincoln College of New England
By Shivani Padhi (Posted 2-4-16)
College and Career
An exclusive interview with Lincoln College of New England
Cheshire High School has conference with several colleges in the past month. This week's college spotlight is devoted to Lincoln College located in Southington, CT. Cheshire High School talked to Susan Woods, who is an admission representative, and collected many
knowledgeable answers to some questions. With all the collected data, it can be concluded that Lincoln College is an excellent for our students because of its amiable campus and great opportunities for scholars!
Q: What kind of school is Lincoln College of New England?
A: Lincoln College of New England is a Technical school
Q: Where is Lincoln College of New England located?
A: Lincoln College of New England is located in Southington, Connecticut.
Q: Does Lincoln College of New England offer any clubs or sports for their students?
A: Unfortunately, Lincoln College Of New England does not offer clubs or sports. The reason for this is because Lincoln College is a technical school, so the college puts more of an emphasis on training their students rather than sports and clubs.
Q: What is the acceptance rate for Lincoln College of New England?
A: There is no rejection at Lincoln College of New England.
Q: What grades and certificates does Lincoln College of New England look for in a student's who is applying?
A: When a student is applying at Lincoln College of New England, Lincoln College of New England looks for a high school diploma and the scores of an placement exam.
Q: Is there a student aid center for incoming or current students at Lincoln College?
A: Yes, the Lincoln College of New England has a specific center to help out students. In that center, students can ask for homework guidance or guidance for certain classes or courses. It is valuable center that is helpful and beneficial to several students who attend this college.
Q: What is the student to teacher ratio at Lincoln College of New England?
A: The student to teacher in Lincoln College of New England is 12 to 1.
Q: Can international students receive scholarships?
A: Generally, international students do not receive scholarships.
Q: What is the relative size of Lincoln College?
A: Lincoln College of New England is approximately 32 acres.
To find out more information about Lincoln College of New England visit their main website: http://www.lincolncollegene.edu/
To ask direct question, please contact the admission representative, Susan Woods. Contact Susan Woods at: Swood@lincolncollegene.edu
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Also let us know what other colleges the students of Cheshire High School would like learn about next!
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