Available for undergraduate day division programs only.

Presidential Scholarship

To be considered for this scholarship, students must be an incoming, admitted, first-year full-time student with a high school GPA of 3.6 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher. SAT and ACT scores will be considered if the candidate elected to apply with test scores considered at the time of application. Nominees who are invited to apply for this scholarship will receive an application for consideration by February 20 2018, this scholarship is renewable when a 3.5 GPA is maintained. Full tuition and full room and board (up to 16 credits per semester).

Top Achievers

A student who is a National Merit Scholar or finalist will receive a full tuition (up to 16 credits each semester) scholarship from Lynn University. This award is renewable when a cumulative 3.5 grade point average is maintained. This program is open to international students.

Lynn Merit Scholarship

Candidates must be incoming, admitted first-year full-time students with a high school GPA of 2.0 and above, and SAT score of 920 and above. This scholarship is renewable, provided the student maintains the required GPA of 2.0. Of the total award, $2,500 is applied toward on-campus room and board, and the remainder is applied toward tuition ($5,000-$16,000 per academic year).

Transfer Scholarship

Candidates must be incoming transfer students who have successfully completed a minimum of 12 transferable credits. This scholarship is renewable, provided the student maintains the required GPA of 2.0 ($5,000-$14,000) per academic year.

Lynn University Loan Program

This loan program is awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by the Office of Student Financial Services. The funds for this program are limited. The loan represents money borrowed by the students and must be repaid with interest after leaving school. The current interest rate is 5 percent. The student must sign a promissory note for this loan, which must be returned to the Office of Student Financial Services prior to registration.

University Financial Aid Grant

These grants are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need on the Free Application for Student Federal Assistance application. Awards range from $500 to $7,000.

Lynn University Grant

Grants are awarded to upperclassmen who are worthy of scholarship consideration and in need of financial assistance. Average award is $1,000 per year. The grant is renewable if the student maintains a 2.75 cumulative grade point average each year.

Family Discount

A discount is provided to immediate family members who are enrolled in credit-bearing classes during the same term. Two family members receive 10 percent discount each. Three family members receive 15 percent discount each. The discount is applied against the balance of payable tuition. This is available for the day, online and graduate programs. It is 5 percent for online undergraduate evening courses.

Alumni Grant

Lynn will offer any alumnus' dependent children a 10 percent discount on the cost of tuition less any other institutional aid. Anyone who attended Lynn University and earned 24 or more credit hours is considered to be an alumnus.

Athletic Scholarships

These scholarships are available in men’s soccer, baseball, tennis, basketball, lacrosse and golf, and in women’s soccer, tennis, basketball, volleyball, golf, swimming, cross country and softball. Awards range from $100 to $50,880 per year. A 2.0 grade point average is required to maintain an athletic scholarship.

Music Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded to students primarily on the basis of musical ability and artistic talent as demonstrated in their audition. Domestic students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if they are U.S. citizens. Applicants are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline of Feb. 15 for entrance the following academic year. The scholarship is renewable if the student maintains a 2.75 minimum cumulative grade point average each semester; earns a B or better in their applied major instrument lessons; and attends classes, lessons, rehearsals, master classes, performance forum, outreach performances, juries, mock auditions and other conservatory performances and activities as required. An evaluation of each student will take place at the end of each academic year by the dean of the Conservatory of Music with the recommendation of the major instrument instructor.

Private Scholarships

Scholarships are available from private organizations or individuals for students with academic promise. The selection of recipients and the award amounts are determined by the university.

College of Business and Management
Lynn University Boice Endowed Scholarship
Burton D. Morgan Aeronautics Endowed Scholarship
Gordon and Mary Henke Endowed Scholarship
Alice and Leigh Palmer Endowed Scholarship
Robert M. Sandelman Endowed Scholarship

Hospitality Management
Gloria and Bryan Bourgeois Endowed Scholarship
Kyle Martin Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Cottrell Family Endowed Scholarship
Aldo and Sandra Papone Endowed Scholarship

College of Communication and Design
Lynn Fuente Endowed Scholarship
Runsdorf Endowed Scholarship

The Conservatory of Music
Boca West Scholarship Ellman Family Endowed Scholarship
Friends of the Conservatory Endowed Scholarship
Harold and Patricia Toppel Endowed Scholarship
Herbert Gleckman Endowed Scholarship
Shirlee’s Violin Scholarship
Nettie Birnbach Endowed Scholarship for Piano Education

General
The Stephanie Crispinelli Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Martha Gudelsky Memorial Endowed Scholarship
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship
Lynn University Global Citizenship Memorial Fund
Nabit Family Endowed Scholarship
Wold Endowed Scholarship
The Herbert and Holli Rockwell Endowed Scholarship
The Snyder Scholar Hahn-Block Family Endowed Scholarship
Levitetz Family Scholarship
The Alumni Pay It Forward Endowed Scholarship
The Pisani Endowed Scholarship for the Institute for Achievement and Learning
The American Dream Scholarship