Student participation in institutional decision-making
The purpose of this policy is to describe the ways in which students are involved in institutional decision-making at Lynn University.
As members of the Lynn University community, students are free to express their views on issues impacting the institution and on situations of general interest to the student body in a manner consistent with Lynn’s philosophical values and beliefs. Students are represented on University committees and through organizations that specifically address student life or student academic issues such as Student Government Association, Knights of the Round Table, Student Athlete Advisory Council, Security and Safety, Parking Committee, Institutional Self-Study Committees, Academic Honors Program, Residence Hall Association and Substance Abuse Committee.
For more information about this Policy, please contact Student Affairs.
Policy updated on: Oct. 24, 2018