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Watson Institute at Lynn University

Social entrepreneurship admission

Major in your mission

Are you ready to unleash a lifetime of impact? Acceptance to the B.S. in social entrepreneurship program in collaboration with Watson Institute is highly competitive. Apply early for consideration.

Four-step application process

  1. Identify your mission: You must have an understanding of the world, and the drive to create lasting social impact.
  2. Apply to Lynn: Submit Lynn's application for admission.
  3. Then, apply to Watson: Complete the Watson Institute application for admission to the social entrepreneurship program.
  4. Interview: Finalists will be invited to demonstrate their passion for change in a final interview.


Contact the Watson Institute at Lynn for help navigating through the application process.

Application deadlines

Early action
Nov. 15

Regular decision
Mar. 1

Transfer students
July 1

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