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This page includes a collection of Victors for Michigan Campaign assets, tools, and other communications resources designed to support University Advancement staff, Campaign volunteers, schools, faculty, and other members of the university community in understanding and effectively articulating Campaign goals and priorities.

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Victors for Michigan Campaign Style Guide

Provides guidelines for branding Victors for Michigan in all communications. Includes instructions for proper usage of logos, colors, typefaces, and photography and effectively applying the campaign’s visual identity for both print and digital applications.

Campaign Toolkit and Frequently Asked Questions

 

Campaign Publications


The economic impact of UM-Flint on Genesee County in 2014 was $79,143,066.

Q & A with Susan E. Alcock, Interim Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Q & A with Susan E. Alcock, Interim Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan E. Alcock shares her impressions of UM-Flint, her professional background and leadership style, and more in this Q&A with University Communications & Marketing.

UM-Flint’s Department of Public Safety first to receive state accreditation

UM-Flint’s Department of Public Safety first to receive state accreditation

The Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police (MACP) declared UM-Flint’s DPS the first university public safety department to be accredited by the Michigan Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (MLEAC).

Tug-of-War tradition returns at UM-Flint Family Day

Tug-of-War tradition returns at UM-Flint Family Day

On October 20, at the Family Day event, members of the campus community intend to bring the old UM-Flint tradition back.

UM-Flint breaks ground on $39 million Murchie Science Building expansion

UM-Flint breaks ground on $39 million Murchie Science Building expansion

The Murchie Science Building expansion will provide an additional 65,000 square feet of space to campus in the way of labs and lab support, classrooms, and faculty and student areas.