Will classes transition from the Design and Media Arts Center to Lynn's main campus?
Yes. Based on feedback from students, faculty and parents following Lynn’s acquisition of Digital Media Arts College, the university will be implementing changes to further enhance our integration. By Fall 2018, all College of Communication and Design students will attend classes on Lynn’s main campus at 3601 N. Military Trail.
How will the transition to campus benefit students?
We’ve heard overwhelmingly positive feedback from students and parents that DMAC students are excited to join Lynn University. Many have told us that they would like to be part of the culture and convenience of Lynn’s main campus.
Students who are used to taking classes one mile away at the Design and Media Arts Center studios will now enjoy easier access to the benefits of Lynn’s campus, student services, entertainment and sporting events, housing, dining and health and wellness facilities.
In addition, Lynn’s campus offers an excellent audio production facility with great acoustics, and an enhanced television studio with blue screens, green screens and a modernized news desk; and computer labs with strong Wi-Fi connections.
When will the transition occur?
By Fall 2018, all College of Communication and Design classes will take place on Lynn’s main campus. Students will be able to view new class locations when they begin registering for classes as of March 29. Registration dates vary depending on credits earned, so be sure to visit my.lynn.edu to check scheduled registration dates.
Where will classes previously held at the Design and Media Arts Center now be located?
As of Fall 2018, all classes will be offered at Lynn University’s main campus at 3601 N. Military Trail in Boca Raton, Florida. See course schedules for classroom locations. See the campus map and get directions to Lynn here.
What will happen to the Design and Media Arts Center location?
Lynn will continue to house administrative offices at 5400 Broken Sound Blvd NW, Suite 100.
Will College of Communication and Design students and faculty have to pay for parking on Lynn’s campus?
Parking on campus is free for students, faculty and staff. Vehicles must be registered. Obtain a parking decal from the Campus Communication Center.
How will you inform vendors, mail service, etc.?
The public will be notified via lynn.edu. Campus mail service will continue to make deliveries between the two locations.
Will I still have access to computer labs?
We are currently making arrangements to ensure that you are able to access your required educational tools and materials on Lynn’s main campus. Students who need access to computers on Lynn’s main campus can use the lab in Assaf 205, which will be available 10 p.m.–8 a.m., beginning March 12. Please visit Campus Safety or the IT Helpdesk to have your Lynn ID coded for access to this lab.
Additional machines with animation and video editing software will be available in the Assaf lab soon. Meanwhile, please contact Andy Vermes should you need support rendering a project from the main campus. Requests will be fulfilled within 72 hours of submission.
I really like the small, artistic spaces where I hang out at DMAC. Where will we hang out at Lynn? What collaboration and artistic spaces are available to us on Lynn’s main campus?
You will have access to many collaboration spaces across campus including the library and International Business Center.
Do I have to go to Lynn’s main campus to register for classes?
No. Advisers will be at DMAC in rooms 169 and 170 during scheduled registration hours.
Will I have the option to live in Lynn University housing?
Yes. Lynn offers a variety of room types for students, including doubles and triples.
How much does on-campus housing cost?
Room and board costs start at $6,085/semester and include your room and unlimited meal plan. See our tuition and aid section for pricing information.
What amenities are included with on-campus housing?
All students living on campus receive an unlimited meal plan in their housing cost. Our dining facility is open 24/7 for students. Those living on campus also have access to the campus post office, laundry facilities, study space and lounges. In addition, those living on campus have easy access to our fitness center, two pools, outdoor recreational fields, as well as regular social activities in and around the residence halls.
How do I apply for on-campus housing?
As a returning student, housing applications are due to Housing and Residence Life by March 13 at 4 p.m. There are spaces available to reside on campus for the 2018-2019 academic year and returning students have the option of selecting their space and roommate(s) through participation in the Housing Selection Process. Current students seeking housing can submit their housing application at using our online application.
Students joining Lynn for the first time in Fall 2018, would need to complete the housing registration and preference form on my.Lynn. Housing assignments for new students are made on a first come, first serve basis depending on availability. New students who wish to reside on campus must submit an online application, contract and housing preference form also on my.Lynn.
If I live on-campus, can I choose my own roommate?
Students may request to be housed with a specific roommate, and we will do our best to accommodate based on space availability and mutual interest.