About Abraham Lincoln University (ALU)
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Abraham Lincoln University is a for-profit, online university founded as one of California’s and the nation’s first online law schools established in 1996. It is a nationally accredited institution that provides practical, online courses at all degree levels from anywhere with internet access. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 28 undergraduate students. The Abraham Lincoln University acceptance rate is 100%. The university is an institution without national borders or travel barriers.
Popular majors include Legal Studies, Paralegal, and Business. Here the students can learn any time leaving them free to tend to their other responsibilities in life. The learning material provided by the school, including recorded lectures, are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. They have provided the students with a flexible and affordable education.
Live lectures are dynamic and hands-on, creating engaging experiences with professors and peers that few online universities can match. The original vision of harnessing the effectiveness and convenience of distance education remains focused on adult students who strive to earn a college degree. The university works with the students to provide them individualized support at all degree levels in a true student-centered learning environment.
ALU motivates its law school students to utilize the peer mentoring program for advice from successful students on study tips and overall encouragement.
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36% percentage of students who recieved an income-based Federal Pell Grant intended for low-income students.
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Higher education is an important investment for the future. Abraham Lincoln University provides you with the resources and information necessary to make the best decision for your needs and helps the recipients to develop plans for financing their education through a combination of financial assistance programs (if eligible), family contributions, employer tuition reimbursement (when available) and Universities payment options. The financial aid office at Abraham Lincoln University helps in creating financial plans that meet your budget and educational goals.
The school Financial Aid Office reviews the documentation and reevaluate the student’s eligibility for financial aid and will award aid based on the availability of federal funds at the time of documentation submission.
The first disbursement of financial aid funds occurs during the second week of the student’s first semester in the program.