Visit Lynn

Seeing is believing. See for yourself with in-person and online campus visit opportunities.

Imagine yourself here

The campus tour is one of our favorite parts of the admission process. Our vibrant university is right in the middle of a tropical paradise, and we love sharing it. So come and get to know us. Spend the day here, meet one-on-one with a professor, taste the international flavors in our dining hall, and image being at home here.

Undergraduate campus visit experience

We’re proud of our beautiful campus and can’t wait for you to experience it, too. That’s why we put you at the center of our campus tour, in true VIP fashion. Come see your classrooms, meet current students and professors from your preferred area of study, get a taste of Lynn dining and much, much more.

Contact the Office of Admission directly at or call +1 561-237-7883 at least 48 hours in advance to schedule your appointment. Tours are available at 10 a.m. or noon Monday–Friday and select Saturdays.

Undergraduate preview day

What’s your style?

Lynn is here to help you find out—and it all begins when you attend an undergraduate campus preview day. See how all styles are welcome: from intellectual to athletic, musical to political, high fashion to high-tech. Talk to current students, deans and program chairs. Taste some of our (famously good) food, and take a look at where you will live and learn.

Sample schedule

9:30 a.m.        Arrival
10 a.m.           Official welcome
10:30 a.m.      Campus tour
11:30 a.m.      Academic sessions
12 p.m.           Lunch
1­:45 p.m.        Financial aid session and IAL session (optional)

View available dates.

iLynn & graduate campus visit

Online and graduate students gain full access to our campus facilities, too. Discuss your future at Lynn by scheduling a one-on-one appointment with an admission counselor. Come see the classrooms, meet current students and professors from your preferred area of study, get a taste of Lynn dining and much, much more.

Schedule your appointment at least 48 hours in advance by contacting the Office of Admission directly. 

iLynn & graduate open house

Attending an open house is a great option if you’re looking to complete your undergraduate degree online or on campus in the evenings, or if you’re contemplating pursuing a graduate degree.

iLynn and graduate open houses provide a comprehensive overview of our programs and give you the opportunity to speak with deans, academic program coordinators and financial advisers at once.

We host open houses from 5:30–7:30 p.m., but please don’t worry about missing dinner—we promise you won’t go hungry.

View available open houses.

Customize your visit

Want to be a pilot? Interested in fashion? Be sure to tell us what you like in advance, so that we can personalize your experience. Here are a few customizations we offer:

School of Aeronautics

Visit at 10 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays so that you can take a discovery flight, which is complimentary for students who come for a tour of our School of Aeronautics. Discovery flights are weather permitting and must be scheduled a week in advance.

Institute for Achievement and Learning

Tour our nationally recognized program for students with learning differences Monday-Friday. Professional Institute for Achievement and Learning (IAL) staff members lead this tour. Learn more about the Institute.

Conservatory of Music

If you’re considering studying music, schedule your tour along with your audition. Contact the Conservatory of Music at +1 561-237-7804 or

Career Connections

Eager to jumpstart your future? Want to hear more about where our students have earned internships and landed jobs after college? Stop by our Hannifan Center for Career Connections.

“We had a great visit. It was our sixth visit in three days to schools in the area. Lynn had the best tour and most information from students, faculty and staff. The school is beautiful and the surrounding area is very nice. Elizabeth narrowed her options down and Lynn is our No. 1 choice.”

Patrick Ottati, parent of admitted student

Special interest and group tours welcome

Want to introduce a group of high school students to Lynn University? We can accommodate special requests, including larger tour groups.
Education professionals

We encourage high school guidance counselors and education consultants to visit regularly. We're always innovating for student success in the classroom and beyond.

Call +1 561-237-7900 or email to get started.

Group visits

Partners, community organizations, student groups and others are welcome to experience Lynn. Call +1 561-237-7900 or email to get started.

Education innovators

Interested in launching iPad-powered learning at your school or institution? Coordinate a 2-day visit and complete our iPad Institute.

“Before the tour, I knew Lynn was in my top 5 choices for college, but I wasn’t sure exactly where it stood. After the tour and learning more, Lynn is my top choice.”

Mackenzie Clark, Durham, New Hampshire, Fall 2017
Counselor travel schedule
Can’t make it in person?

See if a Lynn admission counselor coming to an area near you.

Visitors pass this Lynn University sign at the front entrance on their way to the Admission office.
Take a virtual campus tour

Can’t check us out in person, but want to see more? Take an online walking tour.

Two Lynn students play on the beach.
Tour the area

Imagine being at home in South Florida. From sporting and shopping to beaches and amusement parks. Come have a closer look at our tropical paradise.

Contact Admission / More info

Phone number

+1 561-237-7900

Toll free 



+1 561-237-7100

Email address

Office hours
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.

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Citizenship Project students worked with The Miracle League of Palm Beach County, a special-needs kids baseball league.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
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Citizenship Project students worked with The Miracle League of Palm Beach County, a special-needs kids baseball league.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
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Jterm was so fun! We went to Boca's Helping Hands, Feeding South Florida & Palm Beach School for Autism to volunteer!
Caryn Morris, student
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Cirque du ‘So Lynn’!
Maria J. Cardenas, student
Meeting the moderator for the 2012 final presidential debate: Bob Schieffer
Stephanie Lipsky, alumni
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Mount Fuji hiding behind the hills in Hakone, Japan
Charlotte Hansen, student

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