Points of Pride
- Lynn's core curriculum, the Dialogues of Learning, was praised in one of the nation’s leading Higher Education trade publications, Insider Higher Ed. Read the article, “Ramping Up Rigor.”
- In 2011, for the first time, U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Colleges” issue moved Lynn University from its “Regional Universities” list to its “National Universities” list, ranking Lynn among their top 268 schools in the country. Despite the increased competition, U.S. News ranked Lynn among the top four schools in the United States for percentage of international students with 17 percent of its student body coming from other nations.
- Lynn is listed in Forbes magazine’s America’s Top Colleges—a listing of what the magazine considers to be the top 650 higher education institutions in the country.
- Lynn's sports teams have brought home 19 national championships and 27 conference championships.
- Lynn was chosen to participate in a national project on General Education for a Global Century. As one of 32 participating institutions, Lynn will revise general education curricula to better prepare today’s students with skills and knowledge essential for socially responsible citizenship. Out of more than 140 institutions that applied, Lynn was one of only 32 selected to be a part of this curriculum and faculty development project, which is part of AAC&U’s Shared Futures initiative.
- Lynn is consistently ranked in the top five among Carnegie top 20 master’s institutions for the number of students taking part in study abroad.
- Lynn has a fully wired campus with resources that include high-speed internet, wireless access (on most of campus), PC and Mac labs, a full-service help desk, intranet and an online tutorial system to help with programs like MS Office and Adobe.
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