Lynn Residence Center Lynn University

For an overview of the selection timeline for required, returning students, please click here. Living in one of Lynn’s residence halls is not just about where you sleep – it’s a way of life. Living in the college dorms gives you access to special residence hall programming, on-campus dining and the opportunity to learn and play just steps away.

The $40.5 million building will provide affordable, university housing for 342 upperclassmen. For example, our dining will reduce hours and other student services will transition to online formats. We are encouraging students to practice social distancing, which includes limited small group gatherings.

Being away from home and staying somewhere other than your childhood bedroom can seem scary. Let’s make sure you have everything you need for a smooth on-campus living experience. We know it’s hard to leave your own bed behind, but you’ll find all the comforts of home right here at Lynn University. Below are some resources to assist you in your living experience here at Lynn.

First-year students usually live with one or two roommates, and returning students participate in a housing selection process to determine roommates and availability. Door-to-door solicitation, sales, and canvassing are not permitted in any area within the residential community. Door-to-door distribution of flyers or leaflets or the placement of these items on cars is prohibited. Students may not engage in any sales or business activities in their room or within any public area of the residential community. Off-campus vendors, organizations, and/or individuals should not make materials available without prior approval from the Office of Housing and Residence Life.

At no time should residents’ noise level interfere with the academic pursuit in the residential community. Attempted or actual damage to property of the University, property of a member of the University community, or other personal or public property hunter gpa is not acceptable. Each student is responsible for the condition of his/her housing space and shall be billed for damages and/or loss of furnishings. Upon checkout, the room must be in the same condition as when it was first occupied.

In this circumstance, eligible students will be required to provide a notarized letter from the student’s parents or legal guardian stating that the Florida address is the parents’ or legal guardian’s permanent residence. In addition, a copy of one parent’s valid Florida driver’s license is required. Community bathrooms are cleaned daily by the housekeeping staff; no housekeeping services are provided for individual rooms or private baths. Sustainable features will include solar sunshades, low-E glazing, high SRI roof material, low-flow fixtures, a high efficiency HVAC system and LED lighting. Builders will use locally sourced materials where possible, including an energy-efficient concrete plank and concrete masonry unit structural system. The private interior courtyard is designed to include native plantings and water-conserving landscaping.

Given the unpredictable recent global events, we are accepting deposits until March 29. Please note, if you and your roommate left items behind, we encourage you to coordinate your pickup with your roommate, as some items may be stored with their belongings if ownership was unclear at time of packing. We will be in contact with all residents once the details are finalized. By us packing up rooms and storing your items on campus before May 10, we also reduce the amount of time you need to be on campus during this uncertain time. Lynn University will issue a partial student account credit for room and board.

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