The University of Lincoln is a Higher Education Corporation and, as such, is an exempt charity. It has the charitable objectives of providing higher education and further education, and of carrying out research and publishing the results.
Since 1 June 2010, the University has been regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) as the principal regulator of English Higher Education Institutions as charities. The members of the University's Board of Governors, who include the Vice Chancellor and staff and student members, are the trustees of the charity.
The names of the trustees as at January 2018 are listed below, together with the names of any other charities of which each member is also a trustee.
Independent and Co-opted Members
Student and Staff Members
The University has one linked charity, UL Learning Resources Limited (PDF). The principal object of this charity is to promote the advancement of education by the provision of learning facilities, other like facilities and services and funds for the educational and charitable needs or purposes of the University of Lincoln. The charity is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University and the results are consolidated in the University’s financial statements.
Financial statements of UL Learning Resources Limited (PDF)
The University’s legal name is the University of Lincoln Higher Education Corporation and its address for correspondence is:
University of Lincoln