Annual giving makes a difference

Lynn Alumni reception weekend

Annual gifts support a variety of areas, including scholarships, renovations and restoration of classrooms, lab equipment (including microscopes and test tubes); and support immediate needs, such as computer upgrades, air conditioning and faculty recruitment.

Donations ranging from $10 to $25,000 per year enhance Lynn’s student-centric environment. By making yearly contributions, donors help provide a critical and consistent stream of support for the university.

Whether donations support a college, department, project or program that is meaningful to an individual, annual gifts help today’s students achieve their personal and career goals.

Every gift, whatever its size, is valuable and invested in our students immediately. Help make an impact—make your annual gift today.

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Debate team students
Lynn Debate hosted and Marisa McGrady and Will Conway were victorious in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament Nov. 10!
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Ja'dan Johnson and Samuel Nvota won Finalists in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament.
Lynn students Ja'dan Johnson and Samuel Nvota won Finalists in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament.
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Debate team member in the back room
Chris Cohen efficiently kept Lynn's Gold Coast BP Fall 2018 Tournament in order from the Tabulation Room.
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
Congrats to Lynn University, AMA Higher Ed Marketing Team of the Year finalists!
Congrats to Lynn University, AMA Higher Ed Marketing Team of the Year finalists!
Sherrie Weldon, staff member
Watson Institute students don orange capes at a Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce breakfast.
Watson scholars donned orange capes to demonstrate their entrepreneurial courage at the November Boca Chamber breakfast.
Sherrie Weldon, staff member
Kevin M. Ross, aka Capt. America
Lynn President Kevin Ross spoke at the Boca Chamber November Membership Breakfast.
Sherrie Weldon, staff member

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