The mission of the Lynn University Library is to partner with the Lynn community to pursue lifelong learning and discovery. Within a dynamic, student-centered and collaborative environment, our information experts provide both innovative and traditional resources, technologies, and educational services.
The library’s vision is to be a leader in the realization of the 21st century academic library. As the intellectual and physical nucleus of our University, we will proactively meet the information needs of our diverse communities, at any time and in any place. We will prepare students for success in life as information-savvy, global citizens.
The library’s learning resources include a collection of approximately 100,000 physical items, including books, journals, magazines, CDs, music scores and DVDs. We also have a textbook collection, which includes at least one copy of every textbook required for courses, available for 3-hour loan. The library’s large collection of popular DVDs, known as The Lynn Parents and Families Collection of Great Movies can be checked out for personal viewing. The library’s electronic resources are vast. A carefully selected collection of research databases contains more than 100,000 e-journal titles, thousands of streaming videos, biographical information, market and company research, reference e-books, statistics, images, and more, and is accessible through the library website. The library also has more than 200,000 e-books that are accessible via the Web. All e-resources are available on- or off-campus, 24 hours a day.
The library has about 70 PC and Mac workstations, several high-speed scanner/printers, and wireless access is available throughout the building. There is a Music Library, primarily serving students and faculty of the Conservatory of Music, with thousands of scores, books, CDs, and streaming music. The Perper Coffee House, located just inside the main entrance to the right, is open seven days a week and offers a variety of refreshments and snacks.
In addition to the library’s services and learning resources, the building is home to the offices of the President Emeritus, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Support Services Desk, Eugene and Christine E. Lynn College of International Communication and the Center for Instructional Innovation.
Additional resources are available through Lynn Library’s membership in SEFLIN (Southeast Florida Library Information Network), providing students with direct access and borrowing privileges in dozens of regional academic and public libraries. Request a SEFLIN card at the Lynn Library Information Desk.
Monday 7:30am - 12am
Tuesday 7:30am - 12am
Wednesday 7:30am - 12am
Thursday 7:30am - 12am
Friday 7:30am - 6pm
Saturday 11:00am - 6pm
Sunday Noon - 12am
Library hours are subject to change. Please check the Library website (www.lynn.edu/library) for the current hours.
Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library Circulation Policy Borrowing Privileges
Lynn University faculty, staff, students and alumni may borrow materials from the library using your Lynn University ID card or alumni card. A university identification card grants you access to all of our print and electronic resources, computer, printer and network access; course reserves and e-reserves, and interlibrary loan privileges.
Student and Alumni Loans
• The undergraduate student loan period for books is one month; graduate students have a one semester loan period for books.
• Unlimited check-outs for books.
• The loan period for music scores is 4 weeks.
• The student loan period for CDs / DVDs is 7 days.
• Maximum 3CDs / DVDs per check-out period.
Faculty and Staff Loans
• The faculty/staff loan period for books is one semester.
• Unlimited check-outs for books. • The loan period for music scores is 4 weeks.
• The faculty/staff loan period for CDs / DVDs is 7 days.
• Maximum 15 CDs / DVDs per check-out period.
Lynn Library sends overdue notices to users’ Lynn email accounts Students and non-Lynn patrons are expected to return any materials within a week of receiving the notice. If materials are not returned, they are considered lost after a maximum of six months, and students will be charged the replacement cost and processing fee(s) The library notifies the business office with charges. Course grades and transcripts may be withheld until all fees are paid.
Interlibrary Loan Items
Materials requested through interlibrary loan have varying loan periods. These loan periods are set by the lending library. For more information about borrowing from other libraries, go to http://lynnlibrary.libguides.com/ILL, or contact Jared Wellman at 561-237- 7073 or email@example.com.
Books, DVDs and other materials may be placed on limited loan/reserve at the request of the faculty, either in print format or electronically. You may search our reserve and e-reserve system at our website, www.lynn.edu/library. All physical reserve materials are located at the circulation desk and may be checked out for use only within the library. A Lynn University ID card is required to borrow reserve materials. All reserve materials may be used for 3 hours and then must be returned. Audio/Visual materials must be viewed within the library.
Students from other institutions and libraries and the general public are welcome to visit the library. Visitors from SEFLIN institutions (regional colleges, universities, and public libraries in the Southeast Florida Library & Information Network) may borrow materials from the library by presenting a SEFLIN card, which they can get from their home institution. Visitors do not have access to the computers, the network, or digital materials.