Student and Faculty Resources

OEL has developed resources to assist you in both your online learning and teaching. The websites linked below will guide you through the important parts of the online process for students and faculty.


Students: Online Learning Resources

Faculty: Online Teaching Resources


Learn the way you live.

UM-Flint offers more than 20 complete programs and hundreds of individual courses online or in mixed mode (hybrid) format.  Online students enjoy the same curricula, course content, faculty and learning outcomes as those face-to-face courses.  All courses are delivered via the Blackboard learning management system and are supported by the Office of Extended Learning (OEL). 

  • OEL provides a 7-day-a-week help desk dedicated to online learners and faculty
  • OEL offers faculty a wide array of free workshops, online training, and one-on-one support.
  • The University offers a full complement of online student services, including advising, financial aid and library services, and the Student Veterans Center.

Upcoming Faculty Workshops

Workshops are active participation events (typically hands-on) and are free to all UM-Flint faculty and staff. The complete list of current and future workshops can be found on the Workshops page. 

Register for Classes

Registration is open for Fall 2020 classes.

For more information, click here

 

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online programs and degrees

With more than 30 online and mixed-mode programs and degrees, the University of Michigan-Flint is dedicated to quality online learning.

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Off-campus courses and programs

The University of Michigan-Flint offers several off-campus opportunities. Take UM-Flint classes close to home. We currently offer online and mixed-mode classes at these Michigan colleges.

Alpena Community College

Lansing Community College

St. Clair County Community College

Wayne County Community College District

Traverse City