Previously known as University of Humberside until 1996 and the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, The University of Lincoln gained its status in 1992 despite the institution originating from the late 19th c. There are three campuses associated to the university, with the main campus being in the city centre adjacent to the Brayford Pool.
The motto of the university is Freedom through Wisdom, which instigates the educational empowerment it provides its students. It facilitates a fluctuating number of students between 11 and13 thousand yearly, the majority being undergraduates. Notable alumni who have attended University of Lincoln include TV presenter Mary Parkinson.
University of Lincoln campus overlooks the Brayford Pool just down the road from Lincoln train station. Getting to the campus by car, look for the signs towards Lincoln city centre. From the A57 turn right onto Brayford Way which leads to the university. Parking is available on campus for permit holders, contact campus security for further information.
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Did you know annual graduation ceremonies are held in the breathtaking setting of the Lincoln Cathedral?