You can’t get your college degree if you don’t go to class.
Lincoln University President Dr. Jerald Jones Woolfolk admits it’s hard to keep students in school all the way through to graduation.
“Our problem is not recruiting students, our problem is entertaining students. We have put mechanisms in place now where we can actually see if a student is in class.”
Lincoln’s accounting firm recently wrapped up an assessment of the college’s finances. Woolfolk says finances are “stable.”
She adds that the firm pointed out several areas that could be updated or reorganized.