Traditional day undergraduate students at Lynn University have 23 majors to choose from. Full-time tuition is based on enrolling for a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 courses (9-16 credits) per semester for day undergraduates. Students pay an "overload" fee for additional credit hours above 16 credits.
Estimated Annual Costs
These estimates are based on full-time enrollment. Not all students will spend this much (or this little) on meal plans, room and board, or books. Many options are available.
Our Net Price Calculator helps you estimate your costs, including possible financial aid and scholarships.
Tuition and Fees
|Room & Board||$10,900||$10,900|
* All undergraduates pay a $1,000 annual student service fee. Day students residing on campus also must pay a $500 technology fee (commuters pay $150).
Other Costs (estimated)
|Books & supplies||$1,000||$800
Total estimated cost (2012-13): $48,735
Total estimate cost (2013-14): $49,535
|Resident Student*||$500 upon acceptance|
|Commuter Student||$200 upon acceptance|
|Flight Training Certificates||$2,000/certificate|
|* Non-refundable after May 1|
Tuition payment deadline is:
- Dec. 1 for spring semester
- Aug. 1 for fall semester
|Late Payment Fee|
All tuition and fees can be paid by cash, check, money order, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or electronic transfers in U.S. dollars.
Lynn University’s payment plans are managed by Tuition Pay hosted by Sallie Mae. This service provides an interest free way to spread your annual tuition payments over a number of months.
Lynn University offers three payment plan options for UNDERGRADUATE DAY STUDENTS ONLY.
Payment Plan #1: Full Year Plan
Who’s eligible: Undergraduate Day students attending a full academic year.
Students must set up a payment plan for both Fall and Spring semesters. Tuition Pay does not offer a payment plan for only Fall semester. Please contact SAS at (561) 237-7185 if assistance is needed in determining payment plan contract amount.
Enrollment deadline: Prior to August 1, 2013
Application fee: One-time only non-refundable application fee of $50
Payment installments: Payment plan is to cover full costs of both Fall and Spring term.
- 12 part installments – starting May 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 11 part installments – starting June 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 10 part installments – starting July 1, 2013 through April 2014
- 9 part installments – starting August1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 8 part installments – starting September 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
Payment Plan #2: Spring Semester Plan
Who’s eligible: Undergraduate Day students attending only Spring semester.
Application fee: One-time only non-refundable application fee of $50
Payment installments: Payment plan is to cover full costs of Spring semester.
- 7 part installments – starting October 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 6 part installments – starting November 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 5 part installments – starting December 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
- 4 part installments – starting January 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014
The first payment installment and non-refundable registration fee is due upon enrollment.
- When paying with credit cards, please contact Tuition Pay at (800) 635-0120 to set up the payment plan.
- When paying with ACH or personal check, please go online to set up payment plan.
Tuition Pay Customer Service can provide step-by step assistance with registration but is unable to take check payment over the phone. Tuition Pay can be contacted at (800) 635-0120.
Ways to Pay
- Pay online
- Electronic transfer:
Bank of America, Boca Raton, Florida
Routing transit #0260-0959-3
Checking account #003446423293
SWIFT code: BOFAUS3N
- Mailing address for checks:
3601 N. Military Trail
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Please include the student's name and Lynn University identification number to ensure the account is credited promptly.
|Single tuition payment for the entire 2013-14 academic year|
|Paid by April 1||$650 discount|
|Paid by May 1||$550 discount|
|Paid by June 1||$450 discount|
|Paid by July 1||$350 discount|
|Single tuition payment for the Fall 2013 semester|
|Paid by April 1||$325 discount|
|Paid by May 1||$275 discount|
|Paid by June 1||$225 discount|
|Single tuition payment for the Spring 2014 semester|
|Paid by Oct. 1||$100 discount|
|Paid by Nov. 1||$50 discount|
|2 family members||10% off each tuition|
|3 family members||15% off each tuition|
Students are eligible for refunds on tuition fees and meal plans if withdrawn from university based on the following schedule. Room refunds are only given prior to the start of the semester.
|Fall and Spring - Tuition and meal plan refunds|
|Prior to first day of semester||100%|
|Within first 7 days of semester||75%|
|Within first 14 days of semester||50%|
|Within first 25 days of semester||25%|
|Summer - Tuition and meal plan refunds|
|Prior to first day of term||100%|
|During first day of term||75%|
|During second day of term||50%|
|During third day of term||25%|
Lynn University has arranged with A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. to offer the Tuition Refund Plan to day students and parents to minimize the financial burden of losses incurred when a student suffers a serious illness or accident and has to leave Lynn before completing the semester. These circumstances usually mean the loss of time invested in studies and the loss of the semester’s costs. This insurance program provides full coverage for tuition, room and board charges.
The plan's coverage is designed to extend the university’s published refund policy. If a student withdraws because of a serious illness or injury, the plan returns 100% of the insured semester tuition, room and board charges. If a student withdraws because of a mental health illness, the plan returns 75% of the insured semester tuition, room and board charges.
Note: This plan is only available for day students.
The cost for the year is a one-time payment of $340 for an on-campus student and $252 for an off-campus student. Students will be billed through the Lynn University Student Accounts office. Special fees such as the Comprehensive Support Program fee or mandatory fees such as technology fee and student services fee are not covered under this plan.
Students who wish to waive out of it, must complete a waiver form prior to August 27th, 2012 with the Student Administrative Services Office.
If you have any questions, contact A.W.G. Dewar directly at 617-774-1555.
Room & Board
First year students usually live in a double room with a community bath or private bath (if available). Returning students participate in a Housing Selection Process and can choose whether they want to live in a private or double room. (A limited number of private rooms are available).
Each meal plan also includes flex dollars that can be used on campus at Knights' Court grill and Christine's coffee house. Flex dollar amounts are for the entire semester and cannot be carried over to the next semester.
|Room & board options below include 19 meal plan + $75 flex dollars. (First year students are required to have this plan):|
|Double occupancy room with private bath||$5,975/semester*|
|Double occupancy room with community bath||$5,450/semester|
|Single occupancy room with community bath||$6,750/semester*|
|Single occupancy room with shared bath||$6,750/semester*|
|Single occupancy room with private bath||$7,050/semester*|
|* limited availability to first year students|
(The rates below only apply to Double with community bath or Triple with private bath)
Students with more than 30 credits can choose instead
|A 14-meal plan + $100 flex dollars||$5,300/semester|
|A 10-meal plan + $125 flex dollars||$5,200/semester|
|Domestic / International Student Insurance
(Aug. 2013 - May 2014)
|Institute for Achievement and Learning
|New Students (A)||$5,875/semester|
|Returning Students (B)||$4,225/semester|
|Flight Academy (in addition to tuition)
|See Flight Academy Costs
Additional fees are assessed for some lab courses as well as for students and non-students wishing to audit a class (attend without earning credit).
The university reserves the right to change, with or without notice, any of the fees listed on this site; increases are possible in subsequent years.