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| Lynn University was one of the best and smartest choices I ever made in regards to my academic career and future professional career. The professors are exceptional educators who motivate students to achieve excellence. I highly recommend Lynn to anyone who wishes to have a demanding and rewarding undergraduate and graduate education. |
|Jul 14 2008|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| I came to Lynn University four years ago from South Africa. I came to the USA particularly for Lynn University and have never regretted my decision. I am now a graduate student at Lynn too. I came from a small high school and wanted to find an intimate, personalized university. Lynn University has been a perfect fit for me. I sit in classes with six other students. Our classes are not lecture based, but rather discussion based, encouraging each student to share their opinions, visions, and points of view. I found that I learn best in environments like this. As Lynn University is such an international school, it is stimulating listening to the views of students from different backgrounds. |
Being an individualized school, Lynn gives every student the opportunity to succeed to great heights. Not all students take advantage of the opportunities, as with any university, but those that do have the support, encouragement, and advice from some leading professionals in their area of study. I personally have been given opportunities I could never have dreamed of, for example, interviewing David Gergen, Soledad o Brien, and many other accredited individuals. I love Lynn and everything about it. I love the sense of community, I loved living on campus. I was a resident assistant in my sophomore year, and although it's a tough job, I had great fun. Lynn teaches you to be motivated, to realize that you can achieve great things, and there is always someone there holding your hand every step of the way. I never once felt lost or disconcerted at Lynn. It was my first choice, and when I started grad school it was too. I am so proud to be a part of the Lynn community, and anyone else who joins Lynn is privileged to have found this gem of a university.
|Jul 14 2008|| 5th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| BLOWS! This place is filled with people with mental issues... not even kidding. There are the few that are normal, but most are problem children. My mother works at a mental hospital at home in Atlanta, and i would call her and tell her about the people, and she could diagnose them almost on the spot with my description. I would talk to her about someone and my mom would be like "Oh shes got borderline personality disorder for sure" it was funny. Most of the people are all about personal belongings and designer shit. Ed Hardy stuff is everywhere! It makes me want to puke. $130 on a t-shirt... ummm I'll pass. Most people think they are the shit because their parents have soooo much money. Hell, mine do too! But I don't go around driving a brand new BMW and have a credit card connected to daddy's account. Where I come from in The South, the people with tons of money don't really flaunt it. I don't have to walk around in a $190 polo to show that i have money. People from The South are usually more polite about their wealth. I go to class in a t-shirt from a marina with shorts, flip-slops, and my costas... very low key stuff. The person next to me in class is wearing a gucci belt, prada sunglasses, 7 jeans, a $400 shirt, and gold shoes with jewels in them lol. WTF its econ class not a fashion show! The quality of education is horrible! The classes are easier then the ones in high school.. no joke. I took all the tests in one class drunk every time, and passed the class with a 95... WTF? The food there is soooo bad, and you have to buy a meal plan! What a rip off. They try to keep students on campus for as long as possible to get as much money out of them as they can. Room and board isn't worth $10,200 by any means. My dorm was smelly caused by mold within the carpet, and with $10,200 they should fuc*ing clean it. For night life Boca was filled with dumb clubs which would close every month and reopen under a new name...LAME. The security sucks, but it was fun talking to the older security gentlemen at the front gate at like 3am, they didn't like working there haha!|
DON'T GO THERE! IT IS NOT A REAL COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!!I'm not going back!
|Jun 24 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2011 |