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Returning students check-in online by clicking on the " Online Check-in " link (you must sign in to access the link)

They help keep students feeling healthy and energized with fresh dining options across campus. You'll enjoy a variety of food at these locations on campus:
 
Elmore Dining Commons (cafeteria)
Located in the Student Center
▪     Open 24 hours
▪     Hot meals (from comfort food like macaroni and cheese to international specialties)
▪     Healthy options ("sunshine cuisine," nothing over 400 calories)
▪     Deli sandwiches
▪     Pizza & paninis
▪     Daily salad special
▪     Hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers
▪     A daily grill special (Philly cheesesteaks, Asian stir fry)
▪     Homemade desserts
 
Christine's (coffee house)
Located in the Student Center
▪     Starbucks coffee/espresso drinks
▪     Refreshing fruit smoothies
▪     Freshly prepared salads, sandwiches, paninis, wraps and flatbreads
▪     "Sweet Rewards" selection of desserts and pastries
 
Perper Coffee House
Located in the Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library
▪     Starbucks coffee/espresso drinks
▪     Coca-Cola products
▪     "Grab & Go" gourmet salads and snacks
▪     "Sweet Rewards" selection of desserts and pastries
 
 
Meal Plan Options
 

All residential students are assigned to a sliver meal plan.  If students wish to upgrade to Gold or Platinum they just need to contact the Housing & Residence Life Office.  Meal plans can be upgraded up until the last day of class add/drop each semester.

 

Fighting Knight flex dollars are only redeemable at Perper Coffee House and Christine's. Flex dollar amounts are for the entire semester and cannot be carried over to the next semester.

 

Silver

Unlimited meals per week with $0 Fighting Knight flex dollars and three guest passes per semester

This is the base plan and is included with the standard room and board cost

Gold

Unlimited meals per week with $150 Fighting Knight flex dollars and six guest passes per semester

This upgrade costs $150 above the standard room and board cost per semester

Platinum

Unlimited meals per week with $300 Fighting Knight flex dollars and 10 guest passes per semester

This upgrade costs $300 above the standard room and board cost per semester

Currently, the Perper mailroom is located on the first floor of Trinity Residence Hall until construction is finished. Students can receive packages and gifts from home while living on campus. Here is a sample of how to address a package for your student:
 
Student Name
Mailbox #
3601 N. Military Trl
Boca Raton FL, 33431
This comprehensive list includes our suggested materials for all on-campus residence. For a printable list, please click: here 
 
Here's what we recommend you bring: 
 
The Essentials: 
  • Comforter or blanket 
  • Twin extra-long sheets 
  • Pillow(s)
  • Mattress pad 
  • Hand and shower towels 
  • Alarm clock 
  • Desk lamp 
  • Dry erase board for room door 
  • Power strip 
  • Waste basket 
  • Laundry basket/hamper 
  • Hangers 
 
Emergency Preparedness: 
• Batteries 
• Checkbook and/or bank card
• First aid kit
• Flashlight 
• Passport 
• Prescription medication 
 
School Supplies: 
• Backpack or tote 
• Calculator 
• Notebooks 
• Pens/pencils/highlighters 
• Planner 
• Protective iPad case/cover 
• USB data storage 
 
Clothing Items: 
• Comfortable cloths 
• Sportswear 
• Professional outfit 
• Semi-formal outfit 
• Beachwear 
• Flip-flops 
• Raincoat 
• Shower shoes 
• Slippers 
 
Cleaning Items: 
• Cleaning wipes 
• Drying rack 
• Duster 
• Laundry detergent 
• Laundry basket/hamper 
• Personal toiletries 
• Shower caddy 
• Trash bags 
• Trash can 
 
Technology: 
• DVD/gaming players 
• Microwave 
• Personal computer/laptop 
• Printer 
• Small fridge 
• Sports equipment (bicycle, skateboard, soccer ball, surfboard, tennis racquet, ect.) 
• Stereo 
• Television 
 
Miscellaneous Items: 
• Adhesives for hanging items (ex: Command Strips) 
• Air freshener 
• Cards/board games 
• Instruments 
• Personal decorations 
• Safe/lock box 
• Storage boxes 
 
Do NOT Bring: 
• Candles 
• Cooking appliances (hot pots/toaster oven/Foreman grill) 
• Decorative alcohol bottles 
• Extension cords 
• Pets (excluding fish) 
• Weapons (knives or firearms) 
Part of making the residential living experience a positive one is to create an atmosphere very much like home. Lynn University currently works with a few vendors to help provide additional services for students to make their stay better.
 
Campus Suds: Laundry service where you drop off your dirty clothes on Monday and pick them up on Thursday washed, dried, and folded. Campus suds can be reached at http://www.campussuds.com/ for more information.
 
Our Campus Market: Order bathroom essentials, bedding supplies, and other dorm accessories that are guaranteed to last through graduation. Ordering information can be found at http://www.ocm.com/lyn/bedding_and_bath
 
SmartBox: Storage pods that can be used to store student’s items during the summer months. Please view their website for more information: www.smartboxcollege.com

Trinity Hall

·         First-year residence hall
·         Double occupancy
·         Community bathroom with daily housekeeping service
·         Lounge space to study or hang out with friends
·         Close to the pool and tennis courts
·         Large lobby space for activities and hanging out with friends 
 
Lynn Residence Center
·         First-year residence hall
·         A private bathroom in your room
·         Triple occupancy
·         Co-ed floors
·         Walk-in closets
·         The fitness center is on the first floor
·         A large lounge for hanging out with friends and studying on the second floor
·         Ping pong and pool tables in the lobby
 
Freiburger Residence Hall
·         Double occupancy
·         Community bathroom with daily housekeeping service
·         Gathering areas with a fire pit, grills and hammocks
·         A large outdoor hangout area
·         Two large courtyards for activities and hanging out with friends
·         Most singles are located in Freiburger
 
deHoernle Residence Hall
·         Double occupancy
·         Community bathroom with daily housekeeping service
·         Two large courtyards used for activities and hanging out with friends
·         Close to the baseball and softball fields
·         Parking lot located right outside the building
 

E. M. Lynn Residence Center

·         Upper-class residence hall
·         A private bathroom in your room
·         Co-ed floors
·         Walk-in closets
·         Laundry facilities in the building
·         Two lounges to study and hang out with friends
·         A few classes take place in the building
·         Parking lot located right outside the building
·         Meditation lounge
 
 
 
The Mary and Harold Perper Residence Hall
Our New Mary and Harold Perper Residence Hall has many desirable features including: 
  • Upper-class residence hall
  • Suite style (5 person single room suite or 4 person double room suite) 
  • Kitchenette in each suite, this includes a fridge, microwave, and sink area
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Large community lounge that features comfortable seating, an entertainment center, full
  • Kitchen for community use, and a study room
  • Fire pit, 2 gas grills, and outdoor seating areas
  • Parking lot located right outside the building 
Not their parents’ dorm
 
The Mary and Harold Perper Residence Hall is Lynn University's newest on-campus housing facility, Finished in 2017, Perper Hall will house 170 upperclassmen (a 20 percent increase in on-campus occupancy than in 2016). This innovative, inclusive, urban-style loft apartments is first of its kind to arrive on campus. Perper Hall offers all the amenities of modern apartments including: kitchenettes, lounges, a peaceful courtyard, stylish furnishings. Dorm life is undergoing a revolution: Compare Perper Hall with Lynn Housing in 1990.
 
Now:
  • Suites with living rooms and private baths
  • Charge away: ample outlets for all devices
  • Binge watch: Wi-Fi and cable in every room
  • Coed dorms
  • No smoking on campus
  • Pocket-size device for Spotify and YouTube
  • Tri-purpose card: ID, meal plan, room key
  • State-of-the-art LED lighting
  • Sleep in: blinds in every window
  • LEED certification

Then:
  • One closet and community showers
  • Lose the Mr. Coffee: limited power sockets
  • Rabbit ears: no cable, no computer wiring
  • Boy-girl time ends at midnight
  • Ashtrays
  • Boom box with requisite CD case
  • Metal room key on a trusty lanyard
  • Cramming in the dark: 9-watt desk lamps
  • Bring your own curtains (or rig bedsheets)
  • This new thing called recycling
 For more information and photos, please click here. 
 
Living in one of Lynn’s residence halls is not just about where you sleep-it’s a way of life.  That’s why we call it Residence Life.  And each of the 5 residence halls scattered throughout the campus-where over 1,000 of your fellow students live-has its own style and South Florida flair.
 
Top 10 reasons living on campus rocks!
 
10    You don’t have to waste money for gas or time finding a parking spot on campus. Everything is within walking distance—no commute!
 
09    Your cable, Internet and utilities are included, plus wireless access is just about everywhere.
 
08    Scenic study areas, including lakeside hammocks and benches, make great places to read and relax.
 
07    You’ll enjoy great meals (24/7 dining) in a convenient location, so no need to cook and more time to study or play.
 
06    You have tons of opportunities to get involved and become part of the campus community.
 
05   Your roommate, your next door neighbor and friends you’ll meet will hail from every corner of the world.
 
04   Most on-campus activities are free of charge with lots of outdoor recreation options that take advantage of our South Florida weather.
 
03   You can sleep in, roll out of bed, and be to class in five minutes. That’s an extra half hour of sleep per day! Makes those 8 a.m. classes easier to take, and just think, you can even nap between classes.
 
02  Living on campus usually equals more time to study, better grades, greater likelihood of graduating on time and greater satisfaction with your college experience.
 
01  The total college experience … you have the rest of your life to live off campus!