ASSAF courtyard during Spring Break 2019.Charlotte Jerdak, student
Learn about tuition and costs as an undergraduate student.
Full-time tuition for a traditional day undergraduate student is based on enrolling for a minimum of three courses (9–16 credits) per semester. Additional fees are incurred for extra credits.
These estimates are based on full-time enrollment, and may change depending on financial positions and awards. Our net price calculator helps you estimate your costs, including possible financial aid and scholarships.
|Room and board||$12,170||$12,370|
*All undergraduate students pay a $1,000 annual student service fee and a one-time $500 course materials fee. Day students who live on campus must also pay a $750 technology fee. Commuters must pay $400.
Additional fees are estimated and will vary by student. Not all fees are required.
|Domestic/international student health insurance||$1,390||$1,450 (estimated)|
|Tuition insurance||$340 (estimated)||$340 (estimated)|
|Summer courses||$1,020/credit (Summer 2018)||$1,040/credit (Summer 2019)|
|Books & supplies||$800||$800|
International students, students participating in the Institute for Achievement and Learning, Flight Academy students and those majoring in graphics and visual communication as well as film and video programs, are charged additional fees to cover costs unique to their needs/programs.
|Flight Academy||View pricing information|
|Graphics, films and video supplies||$200 per semester (approximately)|
Institute for Achievement and Learning
First-year students usually live with one or two roommates, and returning students participate in a housing selection process to choose whether they prefer to live with roommates or alone. There are a limited number of private rooms.
All residential students are required to have a meal plan, which is automatically added into pricing options.
|Triple occupancy room|
|Double occupancy room|
|Perper suite with shared bath||$7,700/semester**|
|Single occupancy room|
|Perper suite with shared bath||$7,950/semester**|
*There is limited availability for first-year students.
**Perper suites are dedicated to junior and senior students.
Single tuition payments for the entire 2018–2019 academic year differ depending on when payment is received.
Single tuition payment for the fall semester
Single tuition payment for the spring semester
|Two family members||10% off each tuition|
|Three family members||15% off each tuition|
|Flight training certificates||$2,000/certificate|
*Spring deposits are nonrefundable. Fall deposits for residential and commuter students are nonrefundable after May 1.
Lynn offers a tuition payment plan through HigherOne.
- Plan opens June 1
- Must enroll prior to September 7
- $35 application fee is nonrefundable
- Payment plan is to cover full costs of spring semester
- Five-part installments July 1–Nov. 1
- Four-part installments Aug. 1–Nov. 1
- Three-part installments Sep. 1–Nov. 1
- Must enroll prior to February 1
- $35 application fee is nonrefundable
- Payment plan options
- Five-part installments Dec. 1–April 1
- Four-part installments Jan. 1–April 1
- Three-part installments Feb. 1–April 1
The first payment installment and nonrefundable registration fee is due upon enrollment.
Please include the student’s name and Lynn University ID number to ensure the account is credited promptly:
with Cashnet—certain foreign currencies are now accepted through the Western Union portal.
Bank United, Miami Lakes, Florida
Routing transit number: 267090594
Checking account number: 9853873267
SWIFT code: BUFBUS3M
Mailing address for checks
3601 N. Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33431
Acceptable forms of payment include:
- Money order
- American Express*
- Electronic transfers in U.S. dollars
payment deadline is Aug. 1 for fall semester, Dec. 1 for spring
semester and May 1 for summer. The late payment fee is $500 for fall and
spring semesters, and $100 for summer.
*When paying with credit cards, please be advised that there is a 2.75% convenience fee charge for domestic credit cards, and a 4.25% charge for international credit cards.
Students are eligible for refunds on tuition fees and meal plans if withdrawn from the university based on the following schedule. Room refunds are only given prior to the start of the semester.
Fall and spring tuition and meal plan refunds:
- 100% prior to first day of semester
- 75% within first seven days of semester
- 50% within first 14 days of semester
- 25% within first 25 days of semester
Summer tuition and meal plan refunds:
- 100% prior to first day of term
- 75% during first day of term
- 50% during second day of term
- 25% during third day of term
Lynn University has arranged with A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. to offer the Tuition Refund Plan to day students and parents. This plan minimizes the financial burden of losses incurred when a student suffers a serious injury or sickness and has to leave Lynn University before completing the semester. These circumstances usually mean the loss of time invested in studies and the loss of the semester’s costs. This insurance program provides full coverage for tuition and room and board charges.
The plan's coverage is designed to extend the university’s published refund policy. If a student withdraws because of a serious illness or injury, or because of a mental health illness, the plan returns 70% of the insured semester tuition and room and board charges.
Note: This plan is only available for day students.
The cost for the year is a one-time payment of $385 for an on-campus student and $288 for an off-campus student. Students will be billed through the Lynn University Student Accounts office. Special fees such as the Institute for Achievement and Learning fee or mandatory fees such as the technology fee and student services fee are not covered under this plan.
Students who wish to waive participation, must complete a waiver form prior to Aug. 31, 2018, with the Student Financial Services Office.
If you have any questions, contact A.W.G. Dewar directly at +1 617-774-1555.
The university reserves the right to change, with or without notice, any of the fees listed on this site; increases are possible in subsequent years.