U.S. News recognizes Lynn for most international students

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Lynn University today earned the No. 1 spot on U.S. News & World Report’s “Most International Students, Regional Universities South” list for the second consecutive year. Lynn was also ranked in the “Best Regional Universities South” category.

As part of its annual Best Colleges report, U.S. News released “Student Debt Load at Graduation” that measures private and government loans for the class of 2017. Thirty-nine percent of Lynn students graduated with debt in 2017—the third lowest percentage of 100 schools surveyed in the south.

Earlier this year, Lynn’s graduate education program earned its first-ever spot on the publication’s annual list of Best Graduate Schools. U.S. News also included the university in its 2018 Best Online Programs for graduate education, MBA and bachelor’s degrees.

U.S. News evaluates colleges and universities on 16 measures of academic quality. The complete methodology is available online.

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