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These resources on academic writing, APA formatting, issues of academic integrity, and research prepare Claremont Lincoln University students to excel in communicating their ideas and leadership as they participate in positive social change.
These modules include every kind of resource students will need during their time at CLU: financial aid forms, Canvas user guides, contact information for the Writing Coach and Professional Coach, information about VitalSource and the library, where to look for instructor feedback, and tips for being a successful student. These resources include links, downloadable tutorials, and CLU faculty and staff videos.
At Claremont Lincoln University, we are interested in not only your academic performance but also your career! Our Career Center provides students and alumni with the resources needed to survive and thrive.
CLU Alumni Page
The mission of the Claremont Lincoln University Alumni Association (CLU AA) is to support the University through the knowledge, skills, philanthropic resources, and loyalty of its alumni; to communicate and interpret the University’s goals and achievements to others; and to promote a spirit of unity and loyalty among former students and friends.
This Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) resource guide is a journey of curated essential readings and media assembled by Claremont Lincoln University's (CLU) Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Specialist, Dr. Audrey Jordan.
Graduate Students - Capstone Lab
As the final and culminating course in our graduate school, the Capstone Project allows learners to demonstrate the integration of the program and institutional learning outcomes through a project in their professional capacity.