New Video Production Studio Available Now!

The Office of Extended Learning announces a new video production studio designed to help faculty enhance their presence in the virtual classroom.  The sound-proofed studio, located in 1103 Northbank Center, features lightboard technology and stage on one end, and a traditional video production stage on the other. 

Learning can happen anywhere...and we can prove it

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.

 

student learning online

Online Programs and Degrees

With more than 20 online and mixed-mode programs and degrees, the University of Michigan-Flint is dedicated to quality online learning.

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

Online & Off-Campus Programs Recruitment Events

You can learn more about our programs at one of our upcoming events. We offer online information sessions and in-person events across the state!

Save the Date!

Peer Observation & Coaching for Online Faculty

Save the Date!

The Office of Extended Learning, in conjunction with the Thompson Center for Learning and Teaching, announces a peer observation program for online faculty! Similar to the TCLT program for face-to-face courses, the intent is to provide faculty a nonjudgmental format in which to garner formative feedback. Over the course of two all-day sessions-January 26 and February 2-we will explain and practice conducting these observations.