First-Year Admission Checklist
So, you’ve decided that the University of Michigan-Flint is the place for you. Excellent! The next step is to apply.
Below you can find an easy checklist (Printer-friendly version) of what is required for consideration of your application to the University of Michigan-Flint.
- Visit our campus. Before you apply, we would like to strongly encourage you to visit our campus and see for yourself firsthand if the University of Michigan-Flint is a good fit for you.
- Apply. You may submit your application online using the SIS Online Web Application. You can also download a printable version; complete and mail/fax it to the Office of Admissions (not available for Mott2UM-Flint Concurrent Enrollment Program students).
- There is a $30 Application Fee (non-refundable) payable online or with your paper application.
- ACT or SAT scores: High school students should schedule and complete necessary ACT or SAT testing; our ACT code is 2063, our SAT code is 1853. Testing should be completed approximately one year prior to entry term.
- Official transcripts: Request that your official transcripts from all previous schools be sent to the University of Michigan-Flint Office of Undergraduate Admissions. AP scores should be sent in order to receive course credit (if applicable).
- Supporting documents (optional): Submit all supporting documents for scholarship consideration. This includes an essay and letters of recommendation. Visit www.umflint.edu/admissions/paying/scholarship.htm for more information about scholarships. Although the Admissions Essay is optional, it provides an opportunity to allow us to get to know you better and is used for students applying for scholarships. While you can write about any subject, you might choose to discuss some of the following:
- Reason for choosing your major
- Intended career field
- Motivation to go to college
- Obstacles or struggles that you have overcome to pursue your education
Admission decision: Please allow at least two weeks from the time we receive all of your credentials to process your application. Processing time can increase during high volume application periods. Applications for upcoming semesters will be processed first during peak periods.