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Now is the time.

We see before us a tremendous opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to take its next major evolutionary step forward by making a substantial investment in student success, community engagement, and innovative ideas.

We see an opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to build on its excellent academic programs, committed faculty, dynamic students, and outstanding community support.

We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able.

Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.

Please consider being a Victor for Michigan. Please consider investing in us, investing in our students and investing in our ability to seize our opportunities. Together, we can -- and together we will -- make a difference. 

Now is the time. It is our time.

Thank you and Go Blue!

Susan E. Borrego, Chancellor

 

Campaign Publications


We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able. Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.

New UM-Flint alumni support future of Alternative Summer Break

New UM-Flint alumni support future of Alternative Summer Break

A group of young alumni has found a way to continue engaging with the university and support the next generation of students by volunteering with the Alternative Summer Break program.

UM-Flint receives Governor’s Service Award for outstanding volunteer projects

UM-Flint receives Governor’s Service Award for outstanding volunteer projects

The Education Service Leader award is given to a state institution of higher education that has exhibited outstanding community service efforts.

UM-Flint faculty member recognized with American Academy of Nursing fellowship

UM-Flint faculty member recognized with American Academy of Nursing fellowship

UM-Flint Professor of Nursing Hiba Wehbe-Alamah joins approximately 2,400 nursing leaders who are American Academy of Nursing fellows.

Radiation Therapy director on powerful new instructional technology at UM-Flint

Radiation Therapy director on powerful new instructional technology at UM-Flint

UM-Flint's Radiation Therapy program recently acquired leading-edge simulation equipment for its students. Program director Julie Hollenbeck shared the benefits and significance of the investment in this Q&A.