Lynn University

Boca Raton, FL

Lynn University

Boca Raton, FL

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This is college reimagined 

Are you looking for a university in the US that’s forward thinking and globally focused? Your search ends here. Welcome to Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. At Lynn, you’ll find a whole new style of teaching and learning—a campus where you can discover your own style. From intellectual to athletic, musical to political, and high fashion to high tech, our students are an amazing mix of individual styles.

Lynn embraces new ideas, opportunities, and technologies that make learning dynamic and engaging. From accelerated degree programs to our nationally recognized Dialogues core curriculum and award-winning iPad®-powered learning program, you’ll have quality opportunities that are designed to elevate your academic prowess. Plus, you’ll gain a global perspective through classmates from over 100 countries and many study abroad options. We also take a fresh approach to career preparation. You’ll find one-on-one help from our Career and Alumni Connections team and a lot of opportunities in South Florida—a major hub for international commerce.

Become a citizen of the world
Global citizenship comes naturally at Lynn. You’ll gain global viewpoints in your classes and a worldwide professional network that’ll prepare you for life after graduation. Enrich your international experience with more than 80 study abroad programs in 25 countries. Enroll for three weeks, a semester, or even a year. Our International Program Services office will help you choose the program that’s right for you.

Transform your learning
At Lynn, learning comes alive with two innovations—our Dialogues core curriculum and our iPad®-powered learning program. In the Dialogues, you’ll explore questions of self, belief, and justice while honing critical-thinking and communication skills. You’ll receive the perfect learning tool too: All students receive an iPad® preloaded with useful applications at no extra cost. For details about our areas of study, visit

Ready to find your style at Lynn?
Apply today at We’ll work with you to make the process easy. Deadlines are November 15 for Early Action I, January 15 for Early Action II, and March 1 for Regular decision admission. Before you apply, explore our campus with a personalized visit by signing up at



Ranked #1 for “Most International Students” among Regional Universities in the South | U.S. News & World Report 2022


Ranked #5 for “Least Debt after Graduation” among Regional Universities in the South | U.S. News & World Report 2022


Ranked #55 among “Best Value Schools" in the South | U.S. News & World Report 2022


Ranked #3 among the “Most Diverse Colleges in America” | Niche, 2022


Ranked #1 among schools for diversity | Niche College Rankings


Ranked among the top “Green Colleges” in the nation | The Princeton Review, 2022


Southeast Boca Raton on Florida’s exclusive Gold Coast is midway between Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale/Miami. Boca Raton is a cosmopolitan city offering excellent quality of life, internships, and employment opportunities. Lynn University’s lush 115-acre campus is in a safe, residential area minutes from beautiful beaches, shopping, cultural facilities, and fine dining. In addition, the University is within easy driving distance of Walt Disney World and the Florida Keys.

Lynn At A Glance

Type of School: Four-year, coeducational, private, independent, residential

Size of Campus: 115 acres

Number of Students: More than 3,500 students; 18:1 student-faculty ratio

Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: Six colleges; 42 undergraduate majors, 14 graduate majors, 39 graduate specializations

Geographic Diversity: Students from 109 countries and 46 states and territories; 17% international student enrollment

International Student Services: Orientation, immigration, income tax advising, and enrollment requirements

International Student Budget (2023–2024):
Tuition: $41,200
Room & board: $13,750
Materials: $500
Student services: $1,000
Technology: $750
Mandatory insurance: $2,150
Total: $59,350

Financial Aid: Academic scholarships available

Test Score Requirements: The University is SAT or ACT optional for first-year students. Students whose first language isn’t English must submit a minimum TOEFL score of at least 71 (internet based), an IELTS score of 6.0, Duolingo score of 105, or PTE Academic score of 50.

First-Year Application Deadlines:
Early Action I: November 15
Early Action II: January 15
Regular decision: March 1
Spring admission: December 1

Transfer Admission Deadlines:
Fall Regular decision: July 1
Spring admission: December 1

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • "There's always something to be happy about, even in the toughest of circumstances. I tell my classmates that being positive and helping others is the best thing you can do for yourself and others."

    • Faith Thomas '19