Student Responsibility

Lynn University encourages its students to take the primary responsibility for their own academic activities and to accept the resulting consequences. No student should behave in a manner that can harm the educational environment or diminish the learning experience of any other member of the academic community. Each student is responsible for a knowledge of and adherence to regulations regarding registration, withdrawal, degree plan, deadlines, curriculum, graduation requirements and payments of tuition and fees.

Lynn University does not grant certification or licensure for the practice of any profession. Regulations governing certification and/or licensure are under the sole control of the appropriate boards in each state authorized to oversee these processes.

It is the student’s responsibility to:

• contact the appropriate professional boards in the state(s) in which they intend to practice.

• determine all requirements related to certification and/or licensure.

• determine whether or not the degree program in which they are enrolled at Lynn University meets all program requirements for certification and/or licensure for the state(s)

in which they intend to practice.