University Outreach connects campus and community to support learning, collaboration, and partnerships.
Flint Water Crisis
As an institution we are committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure the safety of our students, our faculty, our staff, and our campus visitors. Find out more about UM-Flint’s on-campus water filters, water quality testing, and additional resources—including University Outreach's Flint Water Resources Map.
SkyPoint Ventures, the Office of the Provost, and University Outreach invite UM-Flint faculty and staff to attend
An Open House and celebration of the collaboration between SkyPoint Ventures and UM-Flint at the new Ferris Wheel Innovation Hub located in downtown Flint
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Ferris Wheel Innovation Hub
615 South Saginaw Street
Join us for a tour of the Ferris Wheel Innovation Hub currently under renovation and information about how we will be working together in this exciting new space.
For more information, please contact Paula Nas at firstname.lastname@example.org
University Outreach in the News
Student teams all spent more than a month learning about economic and social issues on the ground in Flint, visiting with Flint stakeholders, attending a site visit and tour, and poring over economic and entrepreneurship data. In the finals, various ideas included entrepreneurship mentors, entrepreneur fairs, worker spaces for artists, and further collaboration between U-M's campuses.
Joe Hipkins, currently he a senior at UM-Flint, says, “I have been so fortunate to be surrounded by smart, intelligent and creative people to guide me through the process of starting and running my own business. Starting JH Design LLC has had a significantly positive impact on my education. I feel more prepared for life after graduation from UM-Flint.”
Entrepreneur Links Business, Charity at UM-Flint Incubator
Whether working at his business or non-profit, Adil Mohammed is always thinking of ways to improve quality of life in the community.
“The UM-Flint Innovation Incubator helps us connect and strengthen mutually beneficial relationships,” Adil Mohammed said. “They help us provide services to anyone in the community.”