University of Michigan-Flint has taken all necessary measures to ensure drinking water on campus—in all facilities including classrooms, residence halls, childcare, and cooking facilities—is safe, filtered, and regularly tested.

Campus Drinking Water Testing Results Map

In an effort to keep the UM-Flint community informed about campus water quality, we have created an interactive map that provides the latest lead testing results throughout capus.
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Green dots: Water is safe. Yellow dots: Water is safe for intended use (hand-washing and/or bathing) but should not be used as a drinking water source because of possible elevated lead levels.

Campus & Community Engagement

UM-Flint remains actively engaged with the entire Flint community to address our most immediate needs, to create solutions, and to build a strong future for our community.

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Candid Conversations with Current Students

Chancellor Susan E. Borrego asks current students, “What would you say to people about why they should consider coming here during this pretty tough time for our community?”

 

Putting Rivalries Aside

U-M and MSU join forces to help the children of Flint.

Find out more about the University of Michigan's efforts in Flint