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Date: Jul 23 2008 Major: Communications (This Major's Salary over time) I enjoyed every minute of my time at Lynn! Living in Boca is like paradise - I would encourage students to go to the beach as often as possible! Not everyone can go to the beach in February. Also, Lynn gave me the opportunity to learn from professors with real-world experience. My first professor was a reporter from the NY Times, I also learned from past news anchors, and a practicing lawyer in my business law class. I would encourage students to make sure you stand apart from the rest of the class. Make friends with your professors. The connections you are able to make at Lynn are so valuable when finding a job after graduation! If you work hard, your professors will take note of your accomplishments and in many cases can help you get your foot in the door. I would also encourage students to be excited about living in the dorms. I met my best friend my freshman year - she lived down the hall. Yes you may not be able to bring a coffee maker, but you will make friends that last a life time. It's impossible not to! In addition, so many of my friends are international students! I'm originally from Augusta, GA, but I have friends who I still keep in touch with living in South Africa, Spain, Haiti and across the globe! I would have never gotten such an experience outside of Lynn. In all my experience at Lynn was amazing and unforgettable. It was the perfect college for me - and for any motivated student! I went to the beach on a weekly basis, knew each of my professors by their first names, graduated with a 3.9 GPA, participated in the honors program, made valuable connections, worked hard, learned so much about communications not just by reading a book and taking a test, but by actually completing real-world tasks (like blog-writing, producing press releases on deadline, filming and producing my own films, among the endless list of assignments). Now have a great job working in my desired field of public relations, and I know I couldn't have done it without Lynn.