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Be a Victor for UM-Flint.

Our Victors will move the University of Michigan-Flint and its students forward. We will continue to change this university so that we can meet the needs of our students, making a greater investment in infrastructure; in new programs; in people. We will commit even more resources to our students to help them both afford and achieve their educational goals.

We will do all of this with your help.

This capital campaign will ensure that more students receive the support they need, that the university can continue to strengthen its ties to the community, and to pursue the impossible until all becomes possible.

Join us. It’s time. We look to you, our victors, to help make these goals a reality.

How to Give

If you have any questions about giving at UM-Flint or regarding the Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign, please feel free to contact a member of our University Advancement staff or call us at (810) 424-5448.

Donate Online: To make a gift to the Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign through the University of Michigan’s secure, encrypted system, click here.

To use the recurring gift option, add the fund of your choice to your cart and enter the amount you would like to give per month.  Click the “Proceed to Checkout” button, select “Recurring Gift”, and complete the giving process.

Having trouble finding a particular fund?  Please contact University Advancement for assistance.

Donate by Mail: If you prefer to donate by mail, please send a check with this completed One Time Gift Form to: University of Michigan-Flint; University Advancement; 303 East Kearsley Street; Flint, MI 48502-1950. Checks may be made out to "University of Michigan-Flint."

Donate by Phone: To make a credit card gift over the phone or learn about additional giving opportunities, please contact University Advancement at (810) 424-5448.

Other Gift Types to Consider:

  • Planned Giving
  • Faculty & Staff Giving
  • Matching Gifts
  • Securities
  • Gifts-in-Kind

For more information on these and other giving methods, visit our Giving Opportunities page.

Other Ways to Participate:

  • Reach out to your friends and fellow alumni
  • Consider hosting a small event at your business or in your community
  • Attend a campaign-related event

Designate for UM-Flint

Only gifts designated for UM-Flint will benefit our campus and be counted toward our campaign goals. If you are contacted by any University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) development officer, please be sure to let the individual know of your interest in supporting UM-Flint's campaign priorities. Staff from all campuses work together on some gift opportunities, based upon donor interests and preferences.

Civil rights activist Bobby Seale to speak February 18

Civil rights activist Bobby Seale to speak February 18

Bobby Seale, civil rights icon and co-founder of the Black Panther Party, is coming to Flint, a city familiar with social justice issues.

Setting the stage: theatre student Lisa Bilaski showcases her scenic design skills

Setting the stage: theatre student Lisa Bilaski showcases her scenic design skills

Lisa Bilaski said her studies within the Department of Theatre & Dance prepared her to be director of scenic design for the play "My Children! My Africa!"

UM-Flint Chancellor Search campus meetings continue

UM-Flint Chancellor Search campus meetings continue

The second and final campuswide town hall will take place Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the UCEN Kiva Auditorium.

Campus News Digest | February 11-24, 2019

Campus News Digest | February 11-24, 2019

The Campus News Digest features announcements, news, and event updates relevant to the UM-Flint campus.