The purpose of the Lynn University Health Center is to promote a lifestyle of optimal wellness, by providing quality, accessible, cost-effective healthcare in the university setting. The Health Center implements awareness programs aimed at prevention, by identifying current trends relating to collegiate health and wellness.
We are open during the Fall & Spring semesters as follows:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Nurse Practitioner hours Mon – Thurs. 10:00am – 3:00pm
Changes in hours will be posted outside of the Health Center
Treatment for acute injuries & illnesses:
o Cuts, Scrapes, Wounds, Abrasions and Burns
o Strains & Sprains
o Respiratory Infections
o Colds, Flu, Fevers and Viruses
o Sinus Infections
o Physical Exams
o Urinary Tract Infections
o Well-Women Exams
o Pregnancy Prevention/Birth Control
o STD testing & treatment
o Free Condoms throughout the office
o Immunizations Blood draws & laboratory collections
o Smoking cessation assistance
o Off-campus Physician referrals
o Health education & promotion material
o University health awareness programs
o Nurse Practitioner by appointment: Mon-Thurs 10am—2:30pm
Our Fitness Center located inside of the Lynn Residence Hall offers a place where students can reach and maintain a healthy level of physical fitness. The equipment in the facility covers all areas of exercise from cardiovascular endurance to strength training and flexibility. It is also a great place to meet some friends, who have similar healthy goals. The facility is open a vast amount of hours, giving students the opportunity to fit exercise into their schedules.
Fitness center hours:
During the Semester: Mon – Friday: 7am to 10pm
Sat – Sun: Noon to 7pm
Hours are subject to change on holidays and during the summer months. These updated hours are posted in the gym and can also be found by following us on Instagram @LynnCampusRec.
Fitness Classes and Programming
Campus Recreation offers a multitude of fitness opportunities. Various fitness classes are offered on campus on a weekly basis, such as yoga, boot camp, dance fit, high intensity intervals (HII), and one-on-one/Group Personal Training sessions. Campus Recreation also offers fitness opportunities in the community, such as Hot Yoga, Sunrise Yoga on the Beach, Spinning, and other unique group exercise programs.
Outside of fitness, Campus Recreation provides opportunities to explore south Florida’s outdoor recreational opportunities. Students have the opportunity to paddleboard, kayak, nature walk/run, wakeboard, waterski, fish, snorkel, mini golf and more.