Health and wellness

Student health matters to us

Take care of yourself

At Lynn, we know the importance of proper health and wellness, which is why we offer medical care, counseling services and fitness programs. Here, you will not only stay healthy physically, but you can also use your time at college for exploration, self-awareness and self-growth. Explore your inner self through eating clean, yoga on the beach, multifaith fairs, one-on-one counseling and more. 

Students playing flag football at Lynn University’s stadium.
Fitness and recreation

Use the campus gym, outdoor courts and pool, or participate in intramural sports and fitness classes such as yoga and boot camp. 

Student waiting for medical care in Lynn University’s health and wellness office.
Medical care

Our full-service on-campus health center offers general check-ups, over the counter medications, first aid, local hospital information and STD testing.

Counselor speaks to student in the counseling center.
Counseling

Get help or support when you need it the most. 

A woman speaks on stage at the Women Today luncheon hosted by the Women’s Center.
Women's Center

Learn about gender-related issues, get support services, make healthy lifestyle decisions and collaborate with woman helping women become more powerful leaders.

Candles are lit outside the Synder Sanctuary
Spiritual and religious life

Dedicate yourself to faith development and peace in our spiritually diverse community, which welcomes seekers and servers of all belief systems.

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