Privacy Policy

Website privacy policy

This privacy policy is your guide to how we collect and handle your information.

Information we collect

We do not collect any personal identifiable information through the website, unless it is voluntarily provided by you. In such instances, we will never sell or trade the information you provide to us, unless we have your consent in doing so, or if the information is needed for legal processes. 

Third party websites  

Like many other institutions and organizations, some sections of the Lynn University website use third party services to track web-browsing patterns to help us better understand how our website is being used. The information is generated by the use of “cookies” and includes your IP address in order to compile website activity and other material relating to internet usage. 

External Links 

This website contains links to external websites not affiliated with Lynn University in any way. Lynn University is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other sites. Should you leave the Lynn University website, we encourage you to read the privacy statements of any other site that collects personal information.


Our privacy policy may change over time. Any and all updates will be posted on this page.


For questions about the Lynn University Website Privacy Policy, please email

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