GRADUATION COMPLETION TARGETS FOR STUDENTS FROM THE BOTTOM TWO FINANCIAL DECILES (DOMESTIC)
The pandemic requires parents and students to adopt new rules, practices and regulations to meet the new responsibilities.
Therefore, to ensure that no student dropped out as a result of financial difficulty, several ideas were presented to the university leadership to mitigate the negative consequences of Covid-19 effect on parents and students by providing financial support and an additional scholarship to all current local and international students.
Given the need to ensure that despite the global pandemic, the student still has the opportunity to receive a good and quality education at Lincoln University College.
Hence, the LUC management has decided to continue to award up to 50% scholarship tuition fee reduction for all current students.
PROVIDE SUPPORT (E.G FOOD, HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION, LEGAL SERVICES) FOR STUDENTS FROM POOREST FAMILIES TO ENABLE THEM TO COMPLETE UNIVERSITY
The Management of Lincoln University College in collaboration with various NGOs have provided lots of support which include food, housing, transportation, legal services for students from poorest families to enable them complete university through various initiatives. Some of the initiatives are as follows.
The faculty of Medicine students, Lincoln University College were not left out in the cause to eradicate poverty through entrepreneurship. On the 5th of July 2022, Canteen Day event was organized by the students.
A community program named Volunteering Service (Flood Pandemic) was organized by Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) and MPP ZON 22 on December 26, 2021 at Pangsapuri Perdana, Seksyen 13, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia to assist the people affected by the flood in Selangor.
LUC ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAM SPONSORED BY YAYASAN PEMBANGUNAN ANAK YATIM MISKIN WITH COOPERATION OF JERAI COMMUNITY GROUP
Lincoln University College has once again organized a CSR project at Yan, Kedah on the 3rd & 4th September 2021 sponsored by Yayasan Pembangunan Anak Yatim Miskin with cooperation of Jerai community group. Several villages, and residential areas around Gunung Jerai were hit by floods believed to have been caused by water surges from the waterfall areas at the foot of the mountain.
In response to the Ministry of Higher Education's call to educational institution to participate in the flood relief mission in Yan, Kedah, Lincoln University College together with our collaboration partners Gogopasar have successfully distributed approximately 80 boxes of basic essential food for the unfortunate families.
We hope that with the support given, the families effected will be able to survive and May all of us be protected and safe.
EDARAN BUBUR LAMBUK
“SEMARAK KASIH RAMADHAN 2021”
On 30th April, 2021, Student Affairs Department of Lincoln University College, Malaysia organized a Program Edaran Bubur Lambuk “Semarak Kasih Ramadhan 2021” in cooperation with MBPJ, MPP ZON 22.
The program was attended by Ahli Majlis Zon 22, Puan Rahibah Binti Che Omar, Datuk Dr Hjh Bibi Florina Abdullah (Pro-Chancellor of Lincoln University College), Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik (President), Dato’ Ambasaddor Dr. Mohd Yusoff A.Bakar (Cheif Executive Officer), Prof. Datin Dr. Hafizah Che Hassan (Deputy Vice Chancellor), and Puan Noor Azizah Atdenan (Registrar).
The program aimed to distribute one thousand (1000) unit of Bubur Lambuk (porridge) to Government Agency, Private Clinic, Masjid and public around Kelana Jaya area.
The Bubur Lambuk was prepared by Student Affairs Department and Committee members in conjunction of Program Edaran Bubur Lambuk “Semarak Kasih Ramadhan 2021”.
LUC ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAM SPONSORED BY YAYASAN TAQWA WITH COOPERATION OF SABAK BERNAM COMMUNITY GROUP
Lincoln University College Corporate Office, Malaysia organized CSR project at Sabak Bernam, Selangor on 10th & 11th April 2021 sponsored by Yayasan Taqwa and with cooperation of Sabak Bernam community group.
LUC successfully distributed approximately 50 packages of basic essential food items to the challenged families.
In this pandemic situation it may not be possible to help every affected person, but LUC is trying to reach as many as possible with these primary raw material for survival.
This CRS project was executed with the hope that the upcoming Ramadan will be a blessing for all by the Almighty God and this will be an inspiration to lend a supporting hand for the needy and poor.
ANTI-POVERTY MEASURES FROM LIONS CLUB-BORALESGAMUWA, SRI LANKA AND LINCOLN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MALAYSIA
PROGRAMMES TO ASSIST STUDENTS FROM THE BOTTOM TWO FINANCIAL DECILES TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THEIR STUDIES
The families that falls under the B40 category were not left out in the LUC anti-poverty schemes. The pandemic requires parents and students to adopt new rules, practices and regulations to meet the new responsibilities.
Several ideas were presented to the university leadership in this regard to mitigate the negative consequences of Covid-19 effect on parents and students by providing financial support and additional scholarship to all current local and international students.
Given the need to ensure that despite the after effect of the global pandemic, the student still has the opportunity to receive a good and quality education at Lincoln University College.
Therefore, the LUC management has decided to continue giving up to 50% - 90% tuition fee discount in form of scholarship for all current students that fall under the B40 category.