Admission for veterans

We serve those who have served our country.

Let us help you get where you’re going

Whether you're a veteran, are on active duty or are serving as a reserved member of our armed forces, Lynn University is ready to help you achieve your objectives.

Admission requirements

  • Completed application (application fee waived)
  • Essay
  • Official transcript from all previously attended colleges or universities
  • Military transcripts
  • Form DD214
  • Meet with an admission counselor
  • Meet with Lynn’s Veterans Association Certifying Official (VCO)
  • Certificate of eligibility (COE)

Military transcripts

We offer credit for military training, which can help reduce the amount of time it will take you to complete your degree. Discover more about military transcripts from your military branch.

How to apply

First-year students, undergraduate admission counselors, use iPad Pro on the Lynn University campus.

First-year students

Current high school student or recent high school graduate?

Transfer students tour campus and review transfer requirements in front of the business school.

Transfer student admission

Coming from another higher education institution?

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iLynn students

Work, family or other obligations? Earn a bachelor’s degree in the evenings or online.

Graduate students

Graduate students

Completed a bachelor’s and ready for a master’s?

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Doctoral candidates

Completed a master’s and ready for a doctoral degree?

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Certificate students

Need to develop more advanced skills or earn continuing education credits?

Need help or advice?

The following individuals are dedicated to helping you navigate our application process and are always a brief phone call or email away.

Aid

Education grants and scholarships are available to military personnel, veterans and their families. View aid.

Additional resources

Direct deposit

To enroll in direct deposit you must:

  • Be eligible for MGIB-Active Duty (Chapter 30)Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606) or REAP (Chapter 1607) benefits.
  • Attach a voided personal check or provide the bank account name and 9-digit routing/transit number and account number when completing the Application for VA Education Benefits (VA Form 1990 Part III (Direct Deposit Information), OR
  • Log in to Web Automated Reference Materials System (new users must create an account). Click on and complete the “Direct Deposit Enrollment Form.” Submit it electronically or mail it to your local RPO, OR
  • Call the VA Direct Deposit Center at
    +1 877-838-2778.

Direct deposit is not available for Dependents and Survivors Educational Benefits–DEA (Chapter 35) and VEAP (Chapter 32).

Correspondence

Using VA educational benefits will generate a lot of correspondence. We encourage you to keep a file for all communications and a copy of checks you may receive.

Watch for enrollment certifications and notification about student status changes from the VA, and Verification of Enrollment forms from the DVA RPO. Please read all correspondence carefully. Contact Lynn’s VCO immediately with any questions.

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