Lynn University starts school year with increased enrollment

Students attend a class in the IBC

Lynn University welcomed 717 freshman and transfer students as it began the 2016–17 academic year. The incoming class includes 562 first-year students, and 262 master's students.

International students from 51 countries are 25 percent of the undergraduate class, supporting the university's mission to be one of the nation's most international schools.

"Our enrollment growth is a testament to the strength of Lynn's academic, social, cultural and athletic environments," says Vice President for Enrollment Management Gareth Fowles. "The value we provide continues to attract students with high grade point averages from around the world, creating a dynamic and enriching learning environment."

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Dr. Robert Watson is a guest commentator on WPTV Newschannel 5
Dr. Watson on NBC ... shout out to Lynn!
Robert Watson, faculty member
Incoming student, Cash Kennedy, thanked Lynn for his great admission visit
Thanks for such a great visit! Excited to return as a freshman.
Cash Kennedy, parent
Over 90 students and employees attended this year's Arts and Science Student Symposium
Over 90 students and employees attended this year's Arts and Science Student Symposium
Cassandra Korte, faculty member
Student reviews the Arts and Science Student Symposium brochure
Over 90 students, faculty, and staff attended this year's Arts and Science Student Symposium making it a great success!
Cassandra Korte, faculty member
Incoming student shows off his Letter of Intent for Lynn University Baseball
Signing my Commitment letter to be a Fighting Knights baseball player 2018-2022
Nicholas Schmidt, student
Lynn leaders present the Mayor of the City of Boca Raton with a certificate, designating March Civility Month
Boca mayor proclaims March "Civility Month" in the city in honor of Project Civitas
Robert Watson, faculty member

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