Lynn alumni ‘pay it forward’

Kevin Ross with Lynn alumni
David Wichinsky ’09; President Kevin M. Ross; Jennifer O’Toole ’09, ’11; Scott Plumb ’09, ’10

Lynn alumni know how important it is to have financial support while in school. Many of them would not have been able to earn their bachelor’s, master’s or doctorates without it.

The Alumni Pay It Forward Endowed Scholarship supports first-year students in good academic standing with an expressed financial need—helping them to worry less about money and focus instead on uncovering their academic potential.

Close to 70 percent of Lynn students receive financial support. This alumni-funded scholarship is the perfect way to honor those who helped them in the past when they needed it while benefiting current and future students.

To date, alumni have contributed nearly $40,000 toward the goal of $50,000. Join in—give today.

Lynn alumni share their feelings about their alma mater and why they are choosing to give back.
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