Lincoln College may refer to:
- in Australia
- Lincoln College (University of Adelaide), a residential College of the University of Adelaide
- in New Zealand
- in the United Kingdom
- Lincoln College, Oxford, a constituent college of the University of Oxford
- Lincoln College, Lincolnshire, a further education college in Lincolnshire
- in the United States
- Lincoln College (Illinois), with campuses in Lincoln and Normal, Illinois
- Lincoln College of New England, a for-profit associates' college in Southington, Connecticut
- Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield, Illinois
- Washburn University, formerly called Lincoln College
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... The social calendar at Lincoln consists of four main events throughout the year as well as O-Week and Re O-week ... includes Birthday Bash, celebrating Lincoln College's creation and the Lincoln College Open Show ... The Open Show is an event where all other SAAUCC Colleges are invited to attend ...
... In 1937, however, he was appointed a Fellow and Bursar of Lincoln College, Oxford, as well as being appointed by the University to Oxford City Council ... He was Vice President of Wellington College (1966–69), Honorary President of the National Union of Students (1967–70) ... led to the merger of several of the constituent colleges of the university such as Royal Holloway College and Bedford College under the leadership of their ...
... To the west is Lincoln College ... At its south-east end, the college is separated from the University Church by St Mary's Passage ... The main entrance of the College can be found on Radcliffe Square ...
... Lincoln College is a Uniting Church in Australia residential college affiliated with the University of Adelaide ... of Australasia in 1952 and is named after Lincoln College, Oxford at which John Wesley was a fellow ... Lincoln College started as a men's college and admitted women in 1973 ...
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