INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTER
The College of Business and Management, the program with the largest number of students and alumni, will soon have a new home: the International Business Center. The current facilities do not reflect the quality of the program, nor do they allow for expansion, growth or new initiatives. Technology-enhanced, interactive classrooms, offices and collaborative meeting spaces will help ensure that the College of Business and Management stays competitive, keeps pace with more interactive learning styles and meets the demands of the 21st century business environment.
Lynn University officially broke ground on the International Business Center at its future site on campus, just south of the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, on March 22, 2013. The colorful ceremony featured a parade of international flags, an aeronautics flyover, and a surprise gift.
The university is working with the Gensler architectural firm and the engineering firm, Buro Happold, to design the new LEEDS certified building. Located just south of the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, the building will include 32,000 square feet of flexible spaces and common work areas to foster collaboration.
The dedication for the International Business Center will take place on October 16, 2014.
Learn more about the building and its highlights.
BOBBY CAMPBELL SOCCER/LACROSSE STADIUM
The Bobby Campbell Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium will be a state-of-the-art stadium which meets all NCAA Division II requirements for soccer and lacrosse and is capable of hosting large tournaments. It will reflect the excellence of the soccer program, which has won seven of Lynn’s 19 national championships. The university looks forward to adding a lacrosse program with the completion of this facility. With a construction cost of $2.6 million, the university has received a $1.2 million gift from Bobby Campbell and a $1 million anonymous gift, and continues seeking additional major gifts.
To learn more about the naming opportunities associated with this project, contact Greg Malfitano at 561-237-7277.