first-year student

You are considered a first-year student if one of the following statements applies to you:

  • You're currently enrolled in high school with no college credits
  • You're currently enrolled in high school with dual enrollment college credits
  • You've graduated from high school with no college credits

How to apply

To receive admission to Lynn University, you must send all required documents listed below to the Office of Admission. Send your application requirements and supporting documents before the deadline for your best chance of gaining admission to Lynn University.

Application requirements:

  • Application
  • $45 nonrefundable application fee
  • Essay
  • Official transcripts from all previous schools you attended
  • Submit your official SAT/ACT scores or an indication that you will apply as test optional (learn more about our test optional policy).

Supporting documents:

  • Letter of recommendation from a high school counselor or teacher
  • Activity resume listing your hobbies, extracurricular activities and/or volunteer work

Institute for Achievement and Learning

Applicants to the Institute for Achievement and Learning should submit a current (within three years) psycho-educational evaluation.

Scholarship information

The majority of students who attend Lynn University qualify for scholarships, grants and loans. Here is a selection of scholarships offered:

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Once you've been accepted to Lynn, submit your deposit to reserve your space in the upcoming term.

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