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Technology Invasion! RCOE colleagues, Dr. Jennifer Lesh and Dr. Kelly Burlison, and education student Marie Christin Lema, presented: "Apps to revolutionize the diverse 21st century classroom- time to launch!" at the 15th Annual South Florida Educational Research Conference on June 4, 2016 at Florida International University.

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Office of The Registrar

Location : Louis and Anne Green Center for the Expressive Arts

 

Office Hours:  
9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
Closed noon-1:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month

General Information
561-237-7303 Phone
561-237-7171 Fax
registrar@lynn.edu

Graduation & Diplomas
561-237-7942 Phone
561-237-7171 Fax
graduation@lynn.edu

Student Athletes
561-237-7527 Phone
561-237-7171 Fax
bandrews@lynn.edu

Transcripts & Enrollment Verification Letters
561-237-7303 Phone
561-237-7171 Fax
transcripts@lynn.edu

Transfer Credits & Permission to Study at Other Institutions
561-237-7314 Phone
561-237-7171 Fax
transfer_coordinator@lynn.edu

Online Learning

Institute for Achievement & Learning

Campus Store

 

The easiest way to get your textbooks is through our
new online campus store
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 Here's how it works:
- Sign in to myLynn
- Click on the Academics tab; then click on Students in the left hand column.
- Choose "Textbook Information" to go to the onoline campus store.
- Your course list and required materials will show automatically.
- Simply review and purchase your course materials.
   For detailed instructions on how to download digital books from the online campus store click here.
 

Visit our Campus Store on campus for Lynn apparel, gifts, school supplies and more.
                            
Hours:
Monday-Thursday:
9 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 
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Travels in Haudenosaunee Territory

The pictures below are of the Iroquois Wildlife Refuge near the Tonawanda Band of the Seneca's territory. It is east of Niagara Falls, NY. There is a family of Canada geese in the water on the right in the first picture. The geese migrate to the Refuge each spring by the thousands. Some actually live here year round, in part, because of climate change. The Refuge is also home to a nesting pair of Bald Eagles. They were reintroduced to the Refuge about 20 years ago and have raised 1-2 offspring each year. There are also osprey, red tailed hawk, and many other bird and animal species protected in the Refuge.
 
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