• Day Undergraduate: 12 credits per term
  • Online: 6 credits per term
  • Day Graduate (Psychology & Music): 9 credits per term
  • Evening Graduate: 3 credits per term Ed.D. 3 credits per term

Attendance Policy

Attendance Policy Per federal regulations, the University is required to verify student’s attendance for federal grants and loans, including the Federal Pell Grant and Federal Direct Loans before they can be disbursed. Delays in receiving your federal funds are possible if the University is unable to confirm attendance information from the Office of the Registrar.

Financial Aid

Lynn University participates in most Title IV financial aid programs. The purpose of these programs is to supplement the resources of applicants and their families. Financial aid awards are made on the basis of need, and applicants must file a financial statement reflecting the family’s resources. Since financial aid is limited, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible (preferably by March 1 for entrance the following academic year). Tentative awards are made when the student has filed all required forms and the analysis of need has been received from the Federal Processing Center. Aid is generally awarded in a combination of loans, employment and/or grants. Students also are encouraged to apply for state grants or loans open to them and to investigate educational loans from local banks.