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| Lynn University is a fantastic school. If you are motivated, willing to put in the effort and make the most of your surroundings and opportunities then you can only succeed at Lynn. I read a few of the comments, and have come to the conclusion, that as with any college, there are some students who aren't going to put in the effort and then wonder why they didn't do well or didn't enjoy their time at Lynn. You make your college experience what it is. One person commented that if you don't like an aspect of the university, then do something about it. I totally agree. If you think that the nightlife isn't up to your standards, then go and speak to Student Activities - see if they can arrange something. If you think that you aren't being challenged, then get involved in classes and courses that will challenge you. If you dislike the cafeteria food (although I didn't see any comments about the food... I wouldn't expect there to be any - I remember the food being really good) then place a comment in the cafeteria comment box. It is up to the individual to make the best of their college experience, as with anything in life. Success does not come without hard work. |
Lynn was a wonderful school for me. It molded me into the professional I am today. There were several life experiences I took on with me from Lynn, that truly affected the way I have handled my career and business opportunities today. I am a better rounded, more confident, dedicated individual, and much of that I learned being a student at Lynn. I am competent communicating with multi-cultural individuals, which is a necessity in my line of work. Take hold of every opportunity that Lynn throws in your direction. One thing I wish I had done was get more involved with campus clubs and organizations, such as the International Affairs Society, and Knights of the round table - a leadership role. Best of luck in your future endeavors and I hope Lynn is everything to you, as it was to me.
|Jul 21 2008|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| I love this university. It's amazing. I've noticed that there are some negative comments, and I can't believe it... (Are you sure you went to Lynn University?). Then again, I suppose people generally have a lot to say when it's negative, and nothing to say when it's positive (because you wouldn't generally be on a site like this if you absolutely had nothing bad to say!).|
This university is such a wonderful place. Every one is so friendly, caring, supportive, and helpful. It was such an easy transition into college, and I've really loved my time here. I've maximized the use of campus facilities, resources, and opportunities. What other university offers as many study abroad options as Lynn? I've had friends spend semesters abroad in Spain, gone on university study trips to South Africa, Peru, China, Italy, France, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Also, we have the best activities! Kite boarding, Horse Riding, Yoga, Tennis, Rugby, and the list goes on and on and on. We have concerts on campus, like Nickelback and various other bands.
But, it's not all fun and games... the academics are great too. I've walked into teachers and professors offices before exams, and they've sat down with me and explained things to me that I didn't understand. They've spent time over and above their requirements helping me, mentoring me, and ensuring that I create work of an exceptional standard. The classes are really small, and you get all the attention you need. The teachers and professors are the one's who teach the classes, not grad assistants. I love Lynn... and I would recommend anyone to attend Lynn.
|Jul 21 2008|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| This is a great school for retards... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! THIS IS THE BIGGEST JOKE SCHOOL IN AMERICA! I FEEL BAD FOR YOU GUYS...MY DUMB ASS FRIEND IS GOIN HERE AND HE DIDNT EVEN GRADUATE!! WOW HAHAHAH U GUYS ARE DUMB..I WOULD NEVER GET INTO THIS SCHOOL |
|Jul 17 2008|| Male --
Class 2000 |