(A celebration of) the people and places

The university center's signature spaces reflect their sponsors' caring personalities.

University administrators worked closely with Gensler's architects, interior designers and generous donors to ensure the building is fun and functional and leaves a lasting impression. Major features like the open staircase at the main entrance and oversized chandeliers in the Schmidt Family Campus Store, to finer details like the colorful three-dimensional sound-proofing in modern conference rooms prove that the building is not only the heart of campus—it was built with heart, too.

Discover how the generosity of our Lynn family brings the university center to life.

First floor:

Second floor:

Third floor:

Thanks to the leadership of Christine E. Lynn's challenge gift, the university center received an outpouring of support from the community, alumni and other Lynn supporters. Additional named spaces can be found throughout the building—from conference rooms on the second floor to the three cozy booths in Christine's.

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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
Double rainbow over Lynn's campus
Amazing double rainbow over the Lynn University Labyrinth.
Jennah Ackerman, staff member
Watson scholars posing with Lynn alumni Felecia Hatcher
Watson scholars participate in a master course with Lynn alumni, Felecia Hatcher.
Ja'dan Johnson, student
Marisa McGrady and Samo Nvota prep for a debate round
Marisa McGrady and Samo Nvota prep for a debate round—Lynn Debate won finalist trophies and speaker awards at SEU.
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member
The Latin Language and Roman Culture course celebrating the end of J-Term with a Toga party.
Kathryn Hamm, faculty member

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