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Applying to Lynn has never been easier. Discover everything you need to know with step-by-step guides designed for students like you.

First-year students, undergraduate admission counselors, use iPad Pro on the Lynn University campus.

First-year students

Current high school student or recent high school graduate?

Transfer students tour campus and review transfer requirements in front of the business school.

Transfer students

Coming from another higher education institution?

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International students

Living outside of the U.S. and want to study here?

iPad powered learning

First-year students (online)

Work, family or other obligations? Earn your degree online.

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Transfer students (online)

Coming from another higher education institution? Study online and complete your degree.

Graduate student

Graduate students

Completed a bachelor’s and ready for a master’s?

Student waves at the Graduate commencement

Doctoral candidates

Completed a master’s and ready for a doctoral degree?

Social entrepreneurship recipients stand in front of the flags.

Social entrepreneurship admission

Make a difference and help create social change.

Lynn Conservatory of Music students perform at the Wold Performing Arts Center

Conservatory students

Young artist ready to apply and audition?

Veterans

Past or present military service member ready to use educational benefits?

Certificate students

Need to develop more advanced skills or earn continuing education credits?

Dual enrollment

High-achieving high school students may qualify to earn college credits while completing their high school degree.

Test optional applicants

First-year students may apply without ACT/SAT scores.

Non-matriculating students

Heighten your skills while pursuing your career aspirations, thanks to our non-degree-seeking option.

Summer undergraduate

Keep studying in small summer classes with accelerated terms.

Homeschooled students

Are you a homeschooled student? Learn why Lynn is one of the best choices for homeschoolers.

Coming from a homeschooling setting, college seemed like an insurmountable hurdle. Due to Lynn's personal relationship with students, though, my home education background only strengthened my ability to succeed.

Shawn Johnson '19, Florida, B.A. in multimedia journalism

Need flexible learning support?

We empower students with learning differences to become independent learners. We’re committed to helping you gain not only educational support, but also an enhanced skill set that will help you for the rest of your life.

Need to improve your English?

Occasionally admitted students need to improve their English-speaking skills to ensure their transition to Lynn will be successful. If this describes you, speak with international student services.

Contact Admission

Phone number

+1 561-237-7900

Toll free

1-800-888-5966

Fax

+1 561-237-7100

Email address

admission@lynn.edu

Office hours
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.

Meet your admission counselor

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Students play the bass during Parents and Families Weekend
Family weekend bass playing
Loren King, community member
Lynn Debate Team
The Lynn Debate Team won 1st and 2nd Novice at a British Parli tournament at University of North Georgia!
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Marian Wallace enjoys sweet treats
Congratulations to Marian Wallis for winning the Compliance Quarterly's scavenger hunt. She and her team enjoyed sweets!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Lynn Library party
Congrats to Amy Filiatreau for winning the Compliance Quarterly scavenger hunt. Her team enjoyed sweet treats!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Banned books weeks
Celebrating the freedom to read for Banned Books Week at the library!
Sabine Dantus, staff member
Students at Boca Helping Hands
DSSG 200 students, Jaclyn Kuwik-Buttacavoli and Anna Krift serve at Boca Helping Hands to learn about food insecurity.
Anna Krift, faculty member

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