The Lynch School community is defined by collaborating for the common good. Each faculty member, student, and administrator actively supports one another and is dedicated to making a difference in the world. We approach education as an opportunity to transform minds and lives and in turn enhance the human condition, expand imaginations, and make the world more just.
Lynch School alumni
Students who identify as AHANA
We are committed to formative education: engaging the whole person to live a purposeful life and work toward a more ideal self and society. We aim to help everyone integrate their intellectual, social, and spiritual identities in order to create a stronger community together.
Our four departments attract students from a variety of backgrounds and with a range of aspirations. Here are some of their stories.
Our research and teaching is stronger because of the sense of connection between our students, faculty, staff, and alumni. That common focus on mission drives us to improve one another—and the world.
“We’re trying to help people develop not just as intellectual and civic beings but also as emotional, social, ethical, and spiritual beings, helping them to lead lives of meaning and purpose.”
Lynch School students work in the Campus School,
a special education school in Campion Hall that
provides personalized services to children and young adults.