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| Do not waste your money on Lynn if you are a fine arts student. The art department is so bad. You have to take dialogue classes (Lynn's policy) and most of them dont even transfer! Lynn is more focused on getting known than the students. There are some nice people and some horrible super rich people. It is easy to get screwed over here, be careful. Just do not go to Lynn. |
|Aug 08 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |
|Not so bright|
This school is worth your time if you are |
a.) business student
b.) flight-school/ pilot student
c.) want to study education
If you are using the good grades the school gives you to get into a high-ranked grad-school, are on scholarship, or are using the school to transfer you will be fine. However, if you are NOT using Lynn for one of the things above then Lynn is not good UNLESS you are planning to work at your parents business OR your parents will get you a job.
This is a good commuter school. If you/your family has alot of cash and doesnt mind spending 40+K (>40000) for a non-ivy league then go to Lynn.
Do not life on campus here. Alot of the people who go here are rich and don't really care about learning. The professors are amazing and really care about you doing good. Trust me, they will go out of your way to ensure you'll pass thier class etc.
But social life on campus in non-existent: as I said, its a good commuter school.
This school was great for me because I want to be a pilot. Mostly, people who want to be pilot can't do it at a university and have to go to flight school instead. At Lynn, I could get my pilot license and Biology degree in one go. But if all you want to do is be a pilot, I suggest you save some cash and just go to a florida flight school!
|Feb 29 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2014 |