The Ronald and Kathleen Assaf Academic Center provides classrooms, science labs and art studios. Rooms in this two-story structure open onto a scenic courtyard and the Sensormatic Wing. Faculty offices are located on both floors of the building.
The Central Energy Plant, adjacent to the de Hoernle Sports and Cultural Center, provides chilled water to the entire campus for the university’s air conditioning needs. The two-story building, dedicated in February 2014, utilizes reclaimed water (IRIS) in its cooling tower system, dramatically reducing potable water consumption and supporting Lynn’s Going Green initiatives. Color-coded piping in the plant aids in educating visitors on the different systems in the building, which include sewer, water, electric power, chemical supply and building controls.
The Count and Countess de Hoernle International Center is home to the Conservatory of Music. The 35,000-square-foot center comprises two wings, the Doyle Wing and the Gordon and Mary Henke Wing, as well as the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall; the Benjamin Olewine III Culinary Institute and John and Barbara Fox Laboratory Kitchen.
The Louis and Anne Green Center for the Expressive Arts includes the Institute for Achievement and Learning, Student Financial Services, Office of the Registrar, General Counsel, Employee Services, Information Technology, Purchasing and Accounts Payable, and the Office of the Vice President for Finance.
The Hannifan Center for Career Connections, located in the Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library, provides comprehensive career services to all enrolled students and alumni of Lynn University free of charge. Career Services aims to: 1) assist students and alumni in making sound career plans based on their beliefs and values, skills and aptitudes, interests, personality traits, and knowledge of the world of work, 2) facilitate career opportunities, 3) provide students and alumni access to state-of-the-art technologies, and 4) promote continuous professional and personal growth opportunities for students and alumni. The center partners with Lynn University faculty and staff to create career programs that meet the needs of our diverse student population. Students and alumni are encouraged to make a private consultation appointment to discuss their education and career planning by calling the center directly at 561-237-7286.
The Mohammed Indimi International Business Center is the home of the College of Business and Management. This 32,000- square-foot facility includes 10 classrooms, 10 study rooms, an Idea Lab, Investment Center and 32 staff and faculty offices. The center features state-of-the-art technology for video-conferencing and collaborative spaces that complement the teaching pedagogies at Lynn. The flexible design allows for efficient and effective styles of teaching and learning. Focused study and group study as well as traditional classroom learning promote the values of entrepreneurship in global business. The building is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certified building on campus. This is the highest level of certification awarded by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
The Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library, completed in 1996, is the center of Lynn’s academic community with many resources and services that support learning. The library’s learning resources include a collection of approximately 100,000 physical items, including books, journals, magazines, CDs, music scores and DVDs. The library’s electronic resources are vast. A carefully selected collection of research databases contains more than 100,000 e-journal titles, biographical information, market and company research, reference e-books, statistics, images, and more, and is accessible through the library Web site. The library also has more than 170,000 e-books that are accessible via the Web. All eresources are available on- or off-campus, 24 hours a day.
The library has about 70 PC and Mac workstations, several highspeed scanner/printers, and wireless access is available throughout the building. The music library has 2 computer workstations equipped with a MIDI ready keyboard to accommodate musical composition activities. 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, the Hannifan Center for Career Connections, the Eugene and Christine E. Lynn College of International Communication and the Center for Instructional Innovation.
The Lynn Student Center includes Christine’s, as well as the Elmore Dining Commons, Landgren Chapel, auditorium, the Office of Residence Life and Housing, and the Office of Student Involvement offices, campus store, and student meeting room.
The Landgren Chapel is dedicated to the memory of Harold and Agnes Landgren. Liturgy is celebrated at 12:05 p.m. Monday through Friday and at 7 p.m. on Sundays. The chapel is available for all faiths and denominations that find the space appropriate for their use.
The Perper Plaza, named for Mary and Harold Perper, is located in the front courtyard of the Lynn Student Center, and serves as a gathering place for students, staff and faculty.
The Lynn University Remembrance Plaza honors the legacies of the four students and two faculty members who died in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti while performing community service. Dedicated in March 2012, the memorial is a place of contemplation, hope and inspiration for the campus community. It features a continuous, cascading waterfall, a free-flowing water curtain, prisms shimmering with light, a wall of iridescent imported granite, a viewing platform overlooking the lake, an embedded fragment of the Hotel Montana where our students and faculty were at the time of the earthquake, memorial plaques, and benches for reflection and meditation.
The Burton D. Morgan School of Aeronautics, a 2,700- square-foot facility located at the Boca Raton Airport, houses a state-of-the-art Frasca flight training device and is home to the university’s fleet of Cessna 172 and Cirrus SR-20 aircrafts.
The Benjamin Olewine III Preserve is a 11.59-acre pine scrub preserve. One of the oldest plant communities in Florida, it stretches along the western boundary of the campus. The preserve provides a habitat for many plants and animals, and enhances the local community’s biodiversity and animal habitat connectivity. It is home to several endangered species, which include the Florida gopher tortoise, the Florida mouse, the eastern indigo snake, scrub rosemary plant, blazing star plant and the nodding pinweed plant.
The Charles E. and Dorothy F. Schmidt College Center, at the university’s main entrance off Military Trail, includes the Office of the President, Office of Admission, Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, and Office of Marketing and Communication.
The Snyder Sanctuary is designed for meditation, music, celebration and dialogue. It is unaffiliated with any religion and is a place where students are encouraged to explore different beliefs and shared values. Its outdoor labyrinth provides ancient ritual patterns for meditation. A 2,142- square-foot wing includes a lobby, lounge, classroom and preparatory room. The sanctuary’s seating capacity is 140.
The Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University, designed by noted architect Herbert S. Newman, is a state-of-the-art performance facility. Dedicated in March 2010, the 750-seat theatre features superb acoustics and a modern lighting system. The studio provides the traditional “black box” environment for smaller or more avant-garde drama productions or musical performances.
Backstage accommodations include men’s and women’s dressing rooms, the requisite green room, two star dressing rooms and three administrative offices. Other amenities include the on-site box office, refreshment area and a salon with terrace. Additional facilities house the costume room, theatre prop storage and the scenery shop. “Through Poppied Fields,” a sculpture by Seward Johnson, is located on the grounds of the Wold Performing Arts Center.