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Who We Are

Lynn University Center

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards encourages students to contribute to an environment of responsible behavior and respect for others, reflective of the university’s overall mission. It is located on the second floor of the Student Center.

What We Do

The goals of this office:
 - Establish and administer behavioral expectations that improve and maintain the high quality of the communal university experience.
 - Assist in the resolution of conflict between members of the community.
 - Offer procedural fairness to all students documented for violating university policies through an educational and developmental conduct process. 

All students are responsible for knowing and abiding by the Student Code of Conduct, which defines the behavioral standards that have been established for the purpose of maintaining a safe, respectful community here at Lynn and for ensuring that  students are a positive reflection of Lynn University in the greater community.

Every student plays an important role in upholding the Student Code of Conduct at Lynn University. As adults, students are accountable for their own behavior, and are expected to make efforts to resolve any conflicts they may have with others in the university community. Students are expected to act with integrity, and to respect the rights of others. In instances where this does not occur, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards offers a disciplinary process that encourages students to learn from their mistakes and to think critically about the impact their actions have on others.

Contact Us

Location:  Student Center, 2nd floor
Academic hours:  Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Summer hours:  Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Fax:  +1 561-237-7240

Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Laura Matthews, lamatthews@lynn.edu
+1 561-237-7215

Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Joel Hoover, jhoover@lynn.edu
+1 561-237-7266

Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Allyson Miller, almiller@lynn.edu
+1 561-237-7581

 

 

Allyson Miller published in Community College Journal of Research and Practice

Allyson Miller, coordinator for student conduct and community standards, was recently published in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice. Her article, “A Document Analysis of Student Conduct in Florida’s Community College...

Laura Matthews presents at the ASCA annual conference

Laura Matthews, director of student conduct and community standards, presented at the Association for Student Conduct Administration's Annual Conference alongside Thomas Hardiman, director of North Carolina State University's Office of Student Conduct. Th...

Student Conduct

The Student Code of Conduct may be updated at any time, and the most current version can always be found online at the University Policies website, or by following the above link. 

The Student Code of Conduct was last updated on June 1, 2019

Appeal requests must be submitted within seventy-two (72) hours of the decision letter being sent. Please read the instructions thoroughly if you wish to submit an appeal.