Lynn named most promising place to work in student affairs

University recognized among 18 institutions nationwide

Students having fun

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education named Lynn University as one of the “2017 Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs” based on workplace diversity, staffing practices and work environment.

The report identified schools through a web survey that examined family friendliness, salary and benefits, and professional development opportunities. A partnership between the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE) at The Ohio State University and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA)—College Student Educators International sponsors the report.

Several positions will open this spring in Lynn’s Office of Student Affairs. Stay informed about career opportunities.

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ASSAF Courtyard
ASSAF courtyard during Spring Break 2019.
Charlotte Jerdak, student
Ross College of Education students
Ross College of Education students enjoy having class in the amphitheater outside the new Christine E. Lynn Center.
Jennifer Lesh, faculty member
Lynn Hockey team
Lynn's ice hockey team captured the East Florida Collegiate Hockey Conference title, beating Flagler in the finals 5-0.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
Watson Institute master course with guest facilitator, Ronald Porter.
Weekly Watson Institute master course with guest facilitator, Ronald Porter.
Ja'dan Johnson, student
Prospective student with family posing in front of Fighting Knights cutouts.
Prospective student and family enjoying their tour of Lynn University.
Saylor Rogers, student
Christine E. Lynn University Center
Welcome to the Christine E. Lynn University Center.
Charlotte Jerdak, staff member

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