Lincoln University Lucas

Contact our Learning, Teaching & Library (LTL) team, who are your first port of call when it comes to study advice.

Located in our iconic Ivey Hall, the LTL team are here to help you develop your academic ability during your time at Lincoln with learning support, access to our extensive collection of books and databases, and with study spaces and rooms, to name just a few services.

Lincoln University Lucas

We were initially linked to Canterbury College and welcomed our first intake of students way back in 1880.

In 1896, when agriculture had become well established as the mainstay of New Zealand’s exports, we separated from Canterbury College and became Canterbury Agricultural College, with our own governing body and the ability to award degrees through the University of New Zealand. 

In 1961, we were officially renamed Lincoln College, becoming a constituent college of the University of Canterbury. 

In 1990, we formally separated from the University of Canterbury and became the self-governing national university that we are today.

For more information, visit our Living Heritage – Tikaka Tōku Iho website, which contains an online history of the people, events, and community that have been associated with us since our inception.

General and Enrolment Enquiries

8.30am – 4.30pm NZST Monday to Friday

Freephone: 0800 10 60 10 (NZ only)

Phone: +64 3 423 0000

Email: [email protected]