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Mission

The mission of the Office of Housing and Residence Life is to create a home away from home where everyone belongs. We are dedicated to promoting a safe and positive learning environment in which healthy relationships are formed, individual differences are appreciated and residents are encouraged to take an active role in their community and education.

Students are required to reside on campus under the following conditions:

· Students with less than 60 earned credit hours in the University setting

Exceptions to this requirement may be granted to students who live with their parents within commuting distance, students over the age of 21, and those who are married or have children.

  

Lynn (first-year students):

· a private bathroom in your room

· co-ed floors

· walk-in closets

· the fitness center is on the 1st floor

· a large lounge for hanging out with friends or studying on the 2nd floor

· ping pong and pool tables in the lobby


EML (upper-class students):

· a private bathroom in your room

· Co-ed floors

· walk-in closets

· laundry facilities in the building

· 2 lounges to study or hang out with friends

· a new Floor 5 meditation lounge

 

Perper (upper-class students):

· suite style

· single and double rooms

· bathrooms within the suite

· laundry facilities in the building

· lounge area that features a full kitchen, study room, and tv lounge

· two gas grills and a fire pit are located in the courtyars


Trinity (first-year students):

· community bathroom that is cleaned daily

· lounge space to study or hang out with friends

· close to the pool and tennis courts

· the career center is off the lobby

· large lobby space for programming and hanging out with friends


Freiburger (first year and upper-class students):

· community bathroom that is cleaned daily

· next to the fire pit, grills, and hammocks

· a large outdoor hangout area

· 2 large courtyards used for programming and hanging out with friends

· most singles are located in Freiburger


de Hoernle (first year and upper-class students):

· community bathroom that is cleaned daily

· enjoy music from students around the world

· 2 large courtyards used for programming and hanging out with friends

· close to the baseball and softball field

· a parking lot right outside the building

2019-2020 Returning Student Housing Selection Information
High priority

Students who are required to live on campus will selection housing for the 2019-2020 academic year on April 15-16. This year housing selection will take place in the Christine E. Lynn University Center in room 240/241. Students will come at their designat...

Spring 2019 move-out information

Current students must check out of the residence halls by Saturday, May 11, 2019 at noon if they are not graduating. For those students graduating they must be checked out of the residence hall by Sunday, May 12, 2019 at noon. Students stay...

Mailing information


SHIPPING AND MAILROOM:

Items may be shipped directly to Lynn University at 3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431 two to three weeks in advance of your arrival.  All mail is delivered to a central location. Students can pick up packages and mai...

Fall 2019 move-In dates

ARRIVAL INFORMATION:

  • New International Students - Wednesday, August 21, 2019. Must be cleared through International Student Services to arrive this day.
  • ALL New Lynn University Students - Friday, August 23, 2019 starting at 9:00 am in the de Hoernle Sports ...
Important Information
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Members of the Housing and Residence Life Team

 

Resident Assistants
A resident assistant (RA) is a student staff member working and living in a residence hall. Resident assistants provide support, guidance and assistance for resident students.

 

Community Advisors

A community advisor (CA) is a student staff member living, working and supervising RAs in the residence halls. Community advisors are there to lead the staff team in resident programming and community development and provide additional support and care to residents.

 

Area Coordinators

An area coordinator (AC) is a professional staff member who oversees one half of campus staff and residents. The AC lives and works in the residence halls and is there for critical issue response, resident  follow-up and sets the standards for establishing a positive community on campus.

                 

Director and Associate Director

The Director of Housing and Residence Life and Associate Director are full-time professionals who serve as the chief administrators for the supervision, management and personal and community development of on campus students at Lynn University.  

  

Contact Us

Main office location:  Knights Court, 2nd Floor of the Student Center

Office hours:  Monday through Friday
                       Academic year - 9 a.m. -5 p.m.
                       Summer - 9 a.m. - 4p.m.
Fax:  561-237-7240
 
Director
Meagan Elsberry, melsberry@lynn.edu
561-237-7233
 
Associate Director
Hannah Link, hlink@lynn.edu
561-237-7218
 
Residence hall offices:
 
Area Coordinator for E.M. Lynn Residence Center, Perper Residence Hall and deHoernle Residential Complex
Brian Gaida, bgaida@lynn.edu 
561-237-7953
 
Office location: E.M. Lynn Residence Center (lobby area)
 
Area Coordinator for Lynn Residence Center, Freiburger Residential Complex and Trinity Residence Hall
Mackenzie Kegley, mkegley@lynn.edu 
561-237-7234
 
Office location:  Lynn Residence Center (lobby area)
 
 

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