LINC (Lehigh Involvement Connection) is a virtual campus center and is the primary location for the Lehigh community to find out what's happening on campus via a campus involvement calendar and to learn about student involvement opportunities. Students can also manage their club and organization participation and student leaders are able to manage their groups and effectively communicate with their members and other campus organizations. Students have the ability to create a co-curricular transcript, learn about involvement opportunities and join organizations.
To get on LINC:
- Login (this will take you to the Campus Portal page)
- Enter your Lehigh username (the three letters and three numbers of your Lehigh email address, ex: abc123) and password. This process is similar to when you are logging into the Campus Portal.
- Your profile page will appear. If not, you will be asked to complete a basic profile. Enter your first name, last name, e-mail address and campus affiliation (undergraduate student)
Get your Event Mobile Pass:
Log into LINC
Next, click on your profile picture in the top right of the screen (it may display your first initial if you do not have a profile picture.
If you’re viewing the Event Pass from your mobile browser, you should see the option to a
Add the pass to your Apple Wallet or Android Pay. These options make it easier to access your Event Pass at a later date. You can also choose to take a screenshot of your pass or print it out. All of these options will still scan as expected. Once you’ve decided on how to store your Event Pass, get out of there and attend an event!
- Scan This on Your Mobile Device
- Enter your credentials
- Save pass to Apple Wallet or Google Play. (Works better if you use your phone camera and not Snapchat).
Student Opportunity Fund
To apply: Please complete this form in its entirety: https://lehigh.collegiatelink.net/form/start/103916
Through the generous contribution of an anonymous university donor, the Dean of Students Office is able to provide financial assistance to individual undergraduate students to further their personal, professional, and educational development. This fund was established to allow students, who may not otherwise be able to afford it, to take advantage of opportunities to participate in academic and co-curricular experiences by providing a funding subsidy to defray their out-of-pocket expenses. Some examples of experiences/events that may qualify for this subsidy are: training seminars, conferences, workshops, on- and off-campus educational or skill development seminars/programs educational trips, etc. The goal of this fund is to reduce individual students' personal financial expenses related to such experiences and to provide financial access to students who may not otherwise be able to afford to participate.
Receiving an award from the Student Opportunity Fund does not serve as permission for a student to participate in the conference or event they have inquired about. Students must individually seek permission from professors, if the professional development opportunity requires absence from class or any other important academic commitment (ie. exam, field trip, lab experiment, etc.) Students are encouraged to gain the necessary permissions prior to finalizing ANY travel plans.
Students must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for funding through this source. In addition, at this time, funding from this source may only be used towards experiences that occur within the United States of America. All awards may be considered taxable income under Federal and/or State law. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.