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              1. The history of Lynn University

                Lynn has grown from a two-year women’s finishing school amid the bean fields of early Boca Raton to an internationally renowned university ranked as one of the most innovative schools in the nation.

                星力注册送30元的捕鱼Deep dive into the remarkable past of Lynn University with our first-ever history book featuring video and audio interviews.

                1962–1969

                A school is born … on an isolated track off North Military Trail in Boca Raton, accessible by only a dirt road.
                1962
                Sacred Heart of Mary breaks ground on Marymount College.

                Breaking ground

                The religious order of the Sacred Heart of Mary breaks ground on Marymount College, a two-year women’s liberal arts college.
                We had nuns on each floor and had to sign in and out every time we went off campus …
                Kathleen Campbell Mullen, 1968 student
                1963
                Historical photo of Trinity Residence Hall.

                Trinity Residence Hall

                Enrollment is 90 on a campus consisting of Trinity Residence Hall, the Student Center and Carroll Hall academic building (now Assaf).
                1965

                Enrollment at 500

                Enrollment is 500; first commencement convocation is held.

                1970–1979

                And so it begins … with a new leader, a new name and the infrastructure set in place for a bright future.
                1971
                President Donald Ross in the 1970’s.

                New leader arrives

                Donald E. Ross visits Marymount to purchase its library books and discovers students holding cups imprinted with “Save Our College!” He does and soon becomes president.
                Just to hear Dr. Ross’ enthusiasm for this place was so encouraging. You felt there was hope.
                Kathleen Clunan, former archivist and one of the original nuns
                1974

                College of Boca Raton

                Marymount’s name is changed to the College of Boca Raton and receives generous funding from insurance magnate Eugene M. Lynn.
                1978

                Pine Tree Camps founded

                Pine Tree Camps is founded by Helen L. Ross, the president’s wife, to service 25 children of faculty and staff. (Today the camp enrolls more than 1,500 children over the nine-week summer).

                1980–1989

                A matter of degrees … The school moves ahead in academics and athletics.
                1983

                Bush first distinguished speaker

                Vice President George H.W. Bush is the first in a long line of distinguished speakers.
                1986

                Four-year degrees offered

                Four-year degrees in health and human services, history, politics, computer science and engineering, business, aviation and hotel management are offered.
                1987
                1987 men’s soccer team

                Men's soccer wins first national championship

                Men’s soccer team wins the first of the college’s many national championships.

                Lynn won the men’s soccer national championship five times with wins in 2014, 2012, 2003, 1991 and 1987.

                1990–1999

                Growth spurt … The school matures from a college with one school and three academic divisions to a bona fide university.
                1991
                Lynn University’s old campus sign.

                The College of Boca Raton renamed

                The College of Boca Raton is renamed Lynn University which now consists of six colleges, one school, two centers and a conservatory.

                星力注册送30元的捕鱼See what Lynn’s campus looks like today.

                Take the tour

                1998
                Conservatory historical photo

                The Conservatory of Music is established

                Lynn acquires the Harid Conservatory to become the Conservatory of Music which provides a high-quality professional performance education to talented students.

                2000–2010

                Taking over the reins … Lynn heralds the 21st century with big changes in leadership and curriculum.
                2006
                Kevin Ross

                Fifth president named

                Kevin M. Ross takes over as Lynn’s fifth president succeeding his father Donald Ross who retires after 35 years.

                Shortly after taking office. Kevin Ross shared his thoughts with Lynn Magazine.

                2006
                Students day at the lake

                Founders Day

                The first Founders Day, with canoe races and a family-friendly festival and picnic, is held on campus to celebrate Lynn’s beginnings.
                2007

                Perper Plaza dedicated

                2008
                Students studying with Lynn’s new Dialogues program.

                The Dialogues

                The Dialogues, Lynn’s new core curriculum, is launched.

                Lynn’s new core curriculum is lauded in Insider Higher Ed.

                2010

                Perper Tennis Complex dedicated

                2010
                Front of the Wold Performing Arts Center at dusk.

                Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center

                Opening act.
                In 2010, the Wold Performing Arts Center kicked off Lynn’s building boom. Audiences love the setting for Live at Lynn and the Philharmonia, but it’s a must for history buffs, too. A commemorative coin is adhered to the Wold’s stage floor, the actual coin tossed to determine who would speak first at the 2012 presidential debate. Mitt Romney won the toss. President Barack Obama, of course, won the election.

                2011–2015

                Coming of age … Lynn’s 50th anniversary ushers in some of the school’s most momentous years filled with important conversations and new innovations in teaching and learning.
                2011
                The first annual “Knights Unite” day of caring honors four students and two faculty members who perished in the 2010 Haiti earthquake while on the Journey of Hope service trip. The following year, Lynn dedicates Remembrance Plaza.

                Knights Unite Day

                The first annual “Knights Unite” day of caring honors four students and two faculty members who perished in the 2010 Haiti earthquake while on the Journey of Hope service trip. The following year, Lynn dedicates Remembrance Plaza.
                2012
                Remembrance Plaza

                Remembrance Plaza

                A place of reflection and inspiration.
                When an earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, four Lynn students and two faculty members were killed while performing community service there. To honor its beloved community members, the campus mobilized to build a memorial that would forever tell their stories.
                You can’t plan for tragedy, but we knew as a community that we had to do something that would honor their legacy long beyond our own lives.
                Greg Malfitano

                星力注册送30元的捕鱼In 2012, Lynn dedicated the Remembrance Plaza in honor of Stephanie Crispinelli, Britney Gengel, Christine Gianacaci, Courtney Hayes, Dr. Richard Bruno and Dr. Patrick Hartwick.

                2012
                2012 Presidential debate held on Lynn University campus.

                Presidential Debate

                Lynn hosts the final presidential debate between U.S. President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.

                Lynn University had a front row seat to history as it hosted the final presidential debate.

                2013
                Dr. Gregg Cox meets with student to give tips on Lynn’s iPad mini initiatives.

                Apple Distinguished School

                Lynn is named an Apple Distinguished School for its iPad “mini revolution.” iPad-powered learning is such a success that Lynn expands and enhances its use of the technology through subsequent years.

                Lynn goes Pro. Lynn’s undergraduate day students are the first in the nation to receive the iPad Pro in spring 2016.

                2014

                Central Energy Plant and Bobby Campbell Stadium

                The Central Energy Plant and Bobby Campbell Stadium are dedicated.
                2014
                IBC building on Lynn University campus.

                Mohammed Indimi International Business Center

                The Mohamed Indimi International Business Center is dedicated—its openness and technology make collaboration simple and seamless.

                See how this impressive new addition to Lynn's campus came together.

                2015

                Snyder Sanctuary and Perper Intramural Field

                Snyder Sanctuary and Perper Intramural Field are dedicated.

                2016–present

                Growing for the future … Lynn’s campus begins to take on a new look.
                2016
                Ground is broken on the new Perper Residence Hall site at Lynn University.

                Perper Residence Hall

                Ground is broken on Perper Residence Hall.
                2017

                From five colleges to six

                The School of Aeronautics becomes the Burton D. Morgan College of Aeronautics in March.
                2017
                Lynn University Center Groundbreaking

                A new heart of campus

                Ground is broken in April and Christine E. Lynn University Center construction begins.
                The always-open invitation at Lynn is what makes the university home to me. I’m an alumna of a very unique and special family—and I can’t wait to see what the new university center has in store.
                Caryn A. Morris '17, Jamaica, B.S. in early childhood education
                2017
                So Flo Show

                South Florida Showdown makes history

                Lynn takes on nine Division I teams in its newest challenge: the South Florida Showdown (#SoFloShow). The series ran from August 2017–March 2018, and the Fighting Knights ended the showdown 4-4-1.
                2017
                Perper residence hall

                New dorm transforms south side of campus

                The Mary and Harold Perper Residence Hall is completed, and upperclassmen and graduate students move into the “suite” new space in August.
                2017
                Students supporting Lynn University 2020 plan

                We get it done!

                One of Lynn’s biggest accomplishments: the Lynn 2020 15-year strategic plan—is completed two years ahead of schedule. The Lynn campus celebrates in October.
                2017

                College of Communication and Design is born

                Lynn acquires Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) and integrates it into College of International Communication, renaming it the College of Communication and Design.
                2018

                Fair Trade University distinction

                Lynn becomes the 48th Fair Trade University.
                2018

                Designed for the future

                President Kevin M. Ross unveils a new, seven-year strategic plan, Lynn 2025: Design for the Future.

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