President Dr. Jerald Woolfolk Talks about Goals, Moving Forward
Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo., one of the nation’s Historic Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), began last week forging ahead with “in-person” classes during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic that is gripping the nation, said its first black female president, Dr. Jerald Jones Woolfolk on Tuesday.
The decision was made, she said, as she considered the school’s interests and her goals in moving the school forward by stabilizing a declining enrollment, increasing retention with a concentrated focus on its first-year students, increasing its graduation rate, and increasing its fundraising efforts.
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