Lincoln University Library subscribes to an extensive list of databases so that its users can access full-text articles, videos, eBooks, and other online resources. Current students, faculty and staff have access to these electronic resources 24-7 remotely. (See alternative view of  A-Z Databases)

Library Catalog

Search the Library Catalog for items in our physical collections and check for availability. Our collections include: New Arrivals; Main; Course Reserves; Career; Writing & Research;  DVDs; Theses; Dissertations; and Internship Reports.

Resource Guides

These guides are built by your library staff to help you through the research process. You’ll find guides for Business PlanningDiagnostic ImagingAPA StylePresentation Skills, and many other student and faculty resources. Ask a librarian if you need further assistance.

Workshops and Events

Library workshops and events are held throughout the year.  Check the Lincoln University Events Calendar for updates and look out for email announcements and reminders sent to your university email address (domain: See a sample of Library offerings:

    • Library Orientation – Introduces new students to the Library’s services, including its print and online resources. Held within the first two weeks of Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
    • Information Literacy & Library Databases – Helps students become lifelong learners and critical thinkers by introducing search strategies, tips for evaluating information, and increasing familiarity with the Library databases. Held at least once per semester and by student or faculty request. Faculty can also request Information Literacy instruction via a classroom visit.
    • APA Style – Students learn how to avoid plagiarism by properly citing sources using the Lincoln University recommended APA style. Held at least once per semester and by student or faculty request.
    • SFPL Tour – Tour the San Francisco Public Library (Main Branch) and enjoy free lunch and transportation provided by Lincoln University Library. To get your SFPL Library Card, complete the SF Public Library Card Application in advance and bring a photo ID and address verification (see required documents ). Your SFPL Library Card allows you to access a large collection of electronic resources If you cannot attend the tour, we encourage you to go on your own.
    • Quickbooks – Learn how to create invoices and collect payment from customers, create financial reports, and create a general ledger and a trial balance.
    • MS Word – Join the advanced MS Word workshop and generate papers of higher quality in less time.
    • Commonwealth Club – Get inspired by a diverse array of thought-provoking leaders at San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club. The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation’s oldest and largest public affairs forum covering topics ranging across politics, culture, society and the economy. The Library will announce tickets to select events via your university email.

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