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Two Key Benefits of Mobile Printing @ Lynn

Printing on campus just became even easier and more convenient with the addition of Lynn University’s new print management solution called Pharos Printing.

1. Sustainability

going green image_miniReducing the number of wasted prints from printers supports Lynn University’s Going Green initiative. Avoiding unnecessary printing saves resources and helps to keep Lynn’s environment sustainable.

2. Improved accessibility

To print from your mobile device, Mac or any computer, email print@lynn.edu. Make sure you are sending the email from your email.lynn.edu or lynn.edu account. You can retrieve your print job from several areas around campus.

There are 12 accessible printers on campus in the following locations:

  •  Open study room areas on the second and third floors of the IBC BizHubPrinterImage
  •  IBC Classroom 107
  •  Elmore Dining Commons
  •  Perper Coffee House
  •  Assaf 205 and 206
  •  1st floor of Lynn Library

If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the IT Support Services Desk, Lynn Library 2nd Floor or call 561-237-7979.


Instructions on how to print and scan!

How to Print How to Scan


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Mocktails and Stories Library Reception

Celebration of Nations teaser

Wednesday, April 1st

2nd Floor Library Patio, 5:00 pm

Join the International Student Services and Library Staff as they host “Mocktails & Stories” during Celebration of Nations Week. Students will share short stories from their home countries or experiences from abroad. Stories will be judged and students who participate will get the chance to win an Apple TV!

Sponsored by International Student Services & Lynn Library


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4 Things you’ll Love about the New Library site…

The Lynn Library has launched a new look for its web site. Our goal was to streamline content and make navigation more intuitive, and to make it look more like other Lynn web properties.

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Four things you’ll love about the new library website right now:

  • Homepage – search our library catalog: LynnQUEST, recent news & events, What’s happening, chat with a librarian feature, your Library account, and quick links to get to where you want to go with one click.
  • Search box – powerful yet simple search feature LynnQUEST, facilitating faster location of multiple sources and locations of information on our site on a specific subject or keyword, plus advanced search options.
  • LibChat – Need Help? Ask a Librarian directly on our homepage.
  • Quick Links – Get Help from a Librarian, How To Guides, Databases, Journals A to Z, Citation Help, Renew My Stuff, Course Reserves

Start exploring:

  • Learn about our most recent events, programs and InfoSHOP sessions.
  • Connect with a librarian for help browsing resources and general research questions right on the homepage
  • Discover resources to help start your research for your next project or paper.

We will continually be expanding our online content (especially under the Subject Guide section) to bring you updated and relevant information for all Lynn subject areas, so we encourage you to bookmark it, check back often and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter to receive notice when updates and new content are added.


We are still tweaking our site so please bear with us. We welcome any questions or feedback; please send them to Jared Wellman (jwellman@lynn.edu).


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Religious & Spiritual Life’s Mandala Sand Painting @ the Library all week!

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Mandala Sand Painting by the Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery
2nd Floor Landing, 9:00 am – 5:00pm
Tantric Buddhist mandala sand paintings are delicately created grain by grain to generate energies for global healing.

Sponsored by Religious & Spiritual Life


For more information contact the Director of Religious & Spiritual Life
Terence McCorry,  tmccorry@lynn.edu or 561-237-7132


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Film + Screening about California’s Prop 8 : “The Case Against 8″

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Join the Library for a screening and discussion of THE CASE AGAINST 8 on Wednesday, March 11th @ 3-4:15pm and Friday, March 13th @ 12-1:15pm

The Case Against 8 takes an inside look at the groundbreaking Supreme Court case that overturned Proposition 8, California’s ban on same-sex marriage. Following the legal team of Ted Olson and David Boies, along with the four plaintiffs in the suit, the film provides a definitive account of the battle that effectively ended marriage discrimination in California.


Refreshments will be served! Space is limited. Please RSVP at 561-237-7708 or library@lynn.edu

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