Summer is the perfect time to explore campus, downtown Flint, and your future at UM-Flint.
Sister Helen Prejean’s “Dead Man Walking” has been selected as UM-Flint’s 2015 Common Read book.
An innovative transfer program will allow future automotive engineer Joe Jerisk to complete 2 bachelor's degrees and 4 internships in 5 years.
UM-Flint is a thriving campus of educators, learners, and current and future leaders. Discover what sets our academic programs, our renowned faculty, and our students apart.
Chancellor Susan E. Borrego has announced the recipients of the inaugural UM-Flint Innovative Impact Award. Two ideas were chosen for funding, and for implementation this fall.
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Find out what’s happening on campus right now. UM-Flint Social offers an up-to-the-second look at the #umflint story, told by the people who live it.
Visit campus this summer to see what it's like to be a college student at UM-Flint. These events are for 10th-12th grade high school students and include the option of staying overnight in First Street Residence Hall.
* No overnight option on this date.
Register now for this workshop geared toward high school and college teachers of global history, as well as graduate students in the humanities.