Why do faculty and staff give back?

At Lynn, employees truly understand that to give is to receive.

“Lynn prides itself on being a family and—as anyone would —you do anything to support your family. It’s rewarding to know that my contributions enhance students’ chances of achieving their academic goals.”
Brian Siliquini ’94Assistant chief, campus safety 

“Lynn University has been my home for more than 27 years.  I have raised my children here. I give because it’s my way of showing appreciation for all that Lynn has done for me.”
Icles Vilce, groundskeeper

“Having worked at Lynn University since 1990, one might surmise that I am quite fond of the place. For me, a good relationship should be reciprocal. I have had many wonderful experiences at Lynn, so it is only natural for me to want to give back."
Ralph Norcio, senior associatedean, College of Businessand Management

“On one hand, giving back serves as a token of my appreciation for Lynn playing a decisive role in my personal and professional growth; and on the other, it is a symbol of the deeply shared mission that drives Lynn to make a difference in the lives of its students, employees and friends.”
Timea Varga ’10, ’11, ’13, Dialogues instructor

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