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Lynn accepts transfer credits from accredited higher education institutions. We may also award credit for achievements in AP courses, CLEP tests, international baccalaureate programs and others. See the academic catalog for more information.

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Advanced placement

If you have a score of three or more, you are eligible for advanced placement.

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International Baccalaureate

Students with a score of 30 or higher with IB diploma may receive all 30 credits. 

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College Level Examination Program

You can earn up to 30 credits with CLEP. 

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Transfer credits

Find information about how Lynn awards credit earned at other institutions, including the Transfer Evaluation System.

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Cambridge A-Level Exams

Get more information about Cambridge A-Level Exams and Lynn University. 

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Family weekend bass playing
Loren King, community member
Lynn Debate Team
The Lynn Debate Team won 1st and 2nd Novice at a British Parli tournament at University of North Georgia!
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Marian Wallace enjoys sweet treats
Congratulations to Marian Wallis for winning the Compliance Quarterly's scavenger hunt. She and her team enjoyed sweets!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Lynn Library party
Congrats to Amy Filiatreau for winning the Compliance Quarterly scavenger hunt. Her team enjoyed sweet treats!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Banned books weeks
Celebrating the freedom to read for Banned Books Week at the library!
Sabine Dantus, staff member
Students at Boca Helping Hands
DSSG 200 students, Jaclyn Kuwik-Buttacavoli and Anna Krift serve at Boca Helping Hands to learn about food insecurity.
Anna Krift, faculty member

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