Maize and Blue Days!

Maize and Blue Days are our way of saying "welcome" and "welcome back" to UM-Flint. Throughout the month of September, we've planned a wide array of events so that you, our students, can have fun and learn about all the different ways to get involved on campus. Go Blue! 

Congratulations! You have been accepted!

Check out our Welcome Booklet.

We Are Here for You!

The International Center at UM-Flint is a dedicated resource for students, scholars, faculty, and visiting academics who come to our campus from around the world.  The entire International Center team is  dedicated to assisting international students to get engaged, to learn, and to thrive on campus and reach their goals. 

Apply to the University of Michigan-Flint!

Follow our quick and easy steps to become a UM-Flint Wolverine!

Meet Our International Ambassadors

Our International Student Ambassadors are leaders at UM-Flint. They are here assist you before, during, and even after your academic journey with us.

Freshmen Merit Scholarships Make Paying for College Easier

At UM-Flint, we want you to focus on starting your university experience strong—not on how you’ll pay for college. Available for first-time freshmen coming out of high school, our new Freshmen Merit Scholarship program offers more funding for students with a strong academic record and a desire to excel. 

Are You a UM-Flint Faculty, Staff or Student Traveling Abroad for University-Related Purposes?

University-related purposes may include are not limited to, study, research, internships, service, conferences/presentations, teaching, performances, or athletic competitions.  Be sure to register your travel in the UM Travel Registry and seek travel abroad insurance coverage from a University authorized vendor.

Executive Order Information & Resources

On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed Executive Order 13769, entitled Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States by Foreign Nationals. Please refer to this page for updated information and resources on how this affects U-M faculty, students, and staff.