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We can't wait to meet you!

The Center for Student Involvement staff is pleased to welcome you to Lynn University! Our office oversees all aspects of the New Student Transitional Program including Lynn Launch: First Year Immersion, Welcome Weekend, and the First 40. Our primary goal is to provide you and your family the information and tools you need to transition successfully into the Lynn University community. Through our programs, you will explore the many Lynn University offerings, access important resources, learn about a wide range of activities and programs, and discover what it means to be a "Fighting Knight."
 
We hope this site will be your road map to a successful transition to the University. This site includes important dates, information, and updates regarding the tasks you'll need to complete before arriving on campus. Please visit the pages on the top left corner for more information based on what type of student you are.
 
We look forward to meeting you soon!
 
 
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Make sure to complete the following as soon as possible: 
     
1. All of the required enrollment forms based on your student classification (domestic, international, or graduate). Select your classification from the left menu.  International students, be sure to complete everything on the New Student Enrollment Checklist.
 
The following forms are required for undergraduates planning to reside on campus:
       Campus ID Form 
      Health Insurance Information (to enroll, please select your student classification from the left menu)
 
The following forms are required for ALL students:
 
 
4. Sign in to your MyLynn account and register your Emergency Contact information here.

 

Need help? Call us!

Admissions 561-237-7900

Center for Learning Abroad   561-237-7075

Housing & Residence Life 561-237-7236

Center for Student Involvement 561-237-7236

Security 561-237-7226

Student Financial Services 561-237-7184

Student Affairs 561-237-7440

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Summer Reading

Summer Reading – The Other Wes Moore by Wes Moore (Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other booksellers).
As the first step in acquiring an appreciation for these concepts, all new undergraduate day students are required to complete a summer reader that will give them a shared experience and introduce a world completely different from their own. The faculty has chosen The Other Wes Moore by Wes Moore.

In the book, the author recounts his own life, which was marked by great success, and then contrasts it with the life of another man with the same name who grew up just blocks away in the same neighborhood, but whose life had been a series of setbacks and failures. He examines how such vastly divergent lives could grow from such similar beginnings, and how not only a few differences in circumstances, but also how we react to those circumstances and the opportunities they create, can have profound effects on the course of one's life.

This book was the overwhelming favorite of this year's selection committee for its insightful analysis of how the choices we make affect our own lives and the lives of others around us. We look forward to exploring these ideas this year with our new students.

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There are hundreds of ways to get involved at Lynn University! Below are just a few ways to get connected on campus. If you'd like more information call the Center for Student Involvement at (561) 237-7386!
  • The Center for Student Involvement offers a variety of leadership programs to allow students to take on a leadership role or develop the necessary skills to make a positive impact on campus. Programs include workshops, guest speakers, movie discussions, and more!
  • Get Fit on campus! Along with our on-campus gym, we have tons of group fitness classes like Yoga, Zumba, Weight Lifting, Absanity, Boot Camp, Power Walking, and Water Aerobics! More info is available on their site!       
  • Check out the Women's Center, where they strive to educate students on women's issues, increase female leadership, provide access to resources, and create a safe environment for everyone on campus. More info here!
  • We have a club or organization for every interest! Be sure to check out our Fall and Spring Involvement Fairs where you can meet all of the student organizations and find the way YOU want to get connected on campus.  Check out the website for the Center for Student Involvement!