Take the next step in your educational journey. At UM-Flint, we’re committed to helping you reach your academic, professional, and personal goals. That commitment begins with a simplified application process and step-by-step guidance. Here you’ll find all the information you need to apply, including application checklists, admission requirements, important dates and deadlines, and next steps to take.
If you’re ready to succeed, get ready to apply.
High school students applying as first-time freshmen now have access to more scholarship funds to help pay for their respected UM-Flint education. Instantly available to motivated students with strong academic records, our newly expanded Freshmen Merit Scholarship program offers awards ranging up to $7,000 a year, with limited full-ride awards available.
You’re focused on finishing your university degree. To help you reach that goal, we’ve made the application process convenient for transfer students. Start by reviewing the application checklist. See which of your credits transfer, check admission requirements, and conveniently apply online.
If you’re planning to return to UM-Flint as undergraduate student after more than a year’s absence, learn what steps you’ll need to take to be readmitted. If you’ve graduated from UM-Flint and plan take additional course or complete a Teacher’s Certification on our campus, here’s where you’ll find information on applying as a non-candidate for degree.
UM-Flint welcomes a wide range of non-traditional students seeking to advance their knowledge. Here you’ll find information on attending UM-Flint as a guest student enrolled at another college, a non-candidate for degree student interested in taking continual education classes or pursuing a Teacher’s Certification, and those who earned college credits as a high school student at Genesee Early College.
Check your application status online at any time.
If you’ve been admitted to UM-Flint as a freshman or transfer student, stay on top of your next steps, including attending orientation, applying for financial aid and housing, receiving academic advising, and registering for courses.