Lynn University's student body included 2,232 undergrads, 791 graduate and 70 doctoral students as of fall 2018.
Fall 2018 first-year students earned on average a 3.08 high school GPA.
Students are from 104 countries and 47 states and territories as of fall 2018.
Lynn has something for every interest, passion and style.
Lynn's Center for Learning Abroad makes the world a classroom with three-week, semester or year-long programs. In the 2017–18 academic year, 85 students studied abroad.
Our professors love to teach, and with our small classes, they have plenty of time for one-on-one guidance.
Alumni were employed and/or continuing education within one year of graduation.
During the 2017–18 academic year, 531 students participated in internships for credit with employers including the Miami Marlins, TUMI, U.S. House of Representatives and Walt Disney World.
* Outcomes reflect a survey of 2016–17 graduates within one year of graduation.
Lynn's school colors are blue and white representing sincerity, confidence and integrity.
The school mascot is a knight named Lance.
With 24 national championships during their first 30 years of intercollegiate competition, the Fighting Knights are among the most successful teams in college sports.
Lynn's athletic program includes ten women's and nine men's teams. Home games make for a great "knight out" on campus.
Lynn's student athletes have brains and brawn. Athletics earned an average GPA of 3.32 during the 2017–18 academic year. 11.76 percent scored a perfect 4.0.
ASSAF courtyard during Spring Break 2019.
Charlotte Jerdak, student
Ross College of Education students enjoy having class in the amphitheater outside the new Christine E. Lynn Center.
Jennifer Lesh, faculty member
Lynn's ice hockey team captured the East Florida Collegiate Hockey Conference title, beating Flagler in the finals 5-0.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
Weekly Watson Institute master course with guest facilitator, Ronald Porter.
Ja'dan Johnson, student
Prospective student and family enjoying their tour of Lynn University.
Saylor Rogers, student
Welcome to the Christine E. Lynn University Center.
Charlotte Jerdak, staff member