arts, culture & ideas

Support arts & culture

Educate. Entertain. Inspire.

Your gifts to Lynn’s arts and culture programs help us advance the arts, culture and free exchange of ideas among students and the community.
Conservatory student playing the violin.
Friends of the Conservatory

Support high-quality music education through fundraising and community outreach.

Live performance during the 2015-16 theatre arts season at Lynn University
Theatre Arts Guild

Bring quality entertainment to the community with your gift of $100 or more.

Manuel Capote
As a cellist, a teacher and a former student, I realize the importance of having quality role models. All of our students are blessed with having wonderful faculty artists.
Manuel Capote, music education and community outreach coordinator

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Contact Development

Phone numbers
+1 561-237-7467
+1 561-237-7875 (records)

Office hours
Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Lynn accepts credit cards via our secure online form.

Give by mail
Make check payable to Lynn University and mail it to:

Lynn University
Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
3601 N. Military Trail
Boca Raton, FL 33431-5507

We are Lynn

Students play the bass during Parents and Families Weekend
Family weekend bass playing
Loren King, community member
Lynn Debate Team
The Lynn Debate Team won 1st and 2nd Novice at a British Parli tournament at University of North Georgia!
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Marian Wallace enjoys sweet treats
Congratulations to Marian Wallis for winning the Compliance Quarterly's scavenger hunt. She and her team enjoyed sweets!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Lynn Library party
Congrats to Amy Filiatreau for winning the Compliance Quarterly scavenger hunt. Her team enjoyed sweet treats!
Monica Cruz, Office of Compliance, staff member
Banned books weeks
Celebrating the freedom to read for Banned Books Week at the library!
Sabine Dantus, staff member
Students at Boca Helping Hands
DSSG 200 students, Jaclyn Kuwik-Buttacavoli and Anna Krift serve at Boca Helping Hands to learn about food insecurity.
Anna Krift, faculty member

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