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Invest in world-class teaching

Your gifts empower our talented students and faculty to advance ideas, make new connections, and build a better world. Assure an education for students with great potential with your gift to Lynn academics.
Manel Atie '16

“Generous donors and my parents gave me the opportunity to become a Lynn student. I am so grateful for that.”

Manel Atie ’16, Martha Gudelsky Memorial Endowed Scholarship recipient
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Alumni Pay It Forward endowed scholarship

Support first-year students in good academic standing with an expressed financial need.

Over 80 percent of 2016–17 undergraduate Lynn students receive financial support. With your help, we can make a difference for students who may not know if they can afford to continue their education. Gifts to this endowment are forever gifts, allowing us to educate deserving students in perpetuity.

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Endowed scholarships for the arts

Empower the best young musicians from all corners of the world to attend our Conservatory of Music.

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Endowed scholarships serve as a permanent investment. Since the principal is never spent, donors establish an enduring legacy in the arts.

It is our obligation to bring music and the arts to our community. Our internationally-acclaimed faculty and student artists give back with approximately 100 community performances each year. The Conservatory also conducts a unique education and outreach program with public schools, the Lynn Cancer Institute and various Palm Beach County residential communities.

August Berger

“I hope to have a positive impact on the relevance of classical music in modern society. I hope to innovate, inspire and re-engage the classical music world.”

August Berger ’16, Ruth Nelson Kraft Awards Foundation scholarship recipient

Our most pressing academic needs

We are innovating a whole new style of teaching and learning based on a foundation of new technologies and intellectual exploration through dialogue and experience. Your support will benefit our students and the community for years to come.

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College of Arts and Sciences

Our arts and sciences faculty help students uncover their true academic interests and apply them in meaningful ways. Your investment in naming or endowment opportunities with the College of Arts and Sciences will help prepare the next generation of critical thinkers in areas ranging from biology and environmental studies to political science and criminal justice. Learn more.

Business and Management
College of Business and Management

Support global business professionals with various naming and endowment opportunities, including deanships, professorships and scholarships. The College of Business and Management prepares students with invaluable skills in operations, management, marketing and finance. Learn more.

Conservatory of Music
Conservatory of Music

Lynn Conservatory of Music has established a standard of musical excellence that is unmatched by many older and larger institutions. Through various endowment and naming opportunities, you can help it continue to thrive with world-class artist-faculty, highly talented students and acclaimed performances. Learn more.

Calvin Jordan Jr.

“Receiving the Snyder Scholarship was amazing. The financial help is huge, but so is the honor of receiving recognition for my leadership.”

Calvin Jordan Jr., senior, Public Relations and Advertising

Contact Development and Alumni Affairs

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

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The holidays have arrived ... and so has the Marketing department’s Secret Santa!
Secret Santa, staff member
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David Anderson, sea turtle conservation coordinator presenting at the Sustainability Speaker Series Lunch 'n' Learn
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Our December open house set a new record, with 194 guests. Thumbs up from Lance & Student Admission Ambassadors!
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Members of the Pulse Agency class volunteering at the Jingle All The Way event at the Boca Center tree lighting.
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Brooke Rader and Sam Haag prep for a round at University of Miami’s Debate Tournament. Brooke Rader won Third Speaker.
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