It is time. Time to honor our history. Time to tell our story. Time to celebrate our community. And time to create our future.
At the University of Michigan-Flint, we combine the University of Michigan’s tradition of academic excellence with our community’s relentless enthusiasm to create a learning environment unlike any other.
The Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign is the largest and most ambitious capital campaign in our history. This campaign is designed to embrace the future of our students, our university, and our community.
At the University of Michigan, being a victor has always extended beyond the athletic arena to mean standing for something, standing with someone, and, above all else, standing together. Our partnership has never been more important. The university, the community, and donors like you can now move boldly to create our tomorrow.
Mott Foundation makes $11 million investment in STEM, student success
December 22, 2016
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation continued its longstanding commitment to the University of Michigan-Flint with one of the largest grants ever to the University.
The $11 million grant will support the University’s continued growth of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) studies, add faculty support, create more research opportunities, and develop additional strategies to recruit and retain students.
“It's time to take the next step in student support and academic excellence. It's time to help strengthen our community. It's time to be bold in the pursuit of greatness. Be a Victor for UM-Flint.”
Did you know?
Nearly 70% of our students currently receive financial aid. The average student loan debt is about $31,000 for undergraduate and more than $47,000 for graduate students.
UM-Flint student Zachary Hayes has received a Newman Civic Fellowship for the upcoming academic year.
UM-Flint nursing students are on their ninth annual trip to Nairobi, Kenya, where they will work alongside Kenyan health professionals and will get a look at practicing medicine through a unique lens.
Kristi N. Hottenstein has been appointed the University of Michigan-Flint’s Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, with a starting date of July 1.
UM-Flint alumna Melissa Leaym-Fernandez returned to campus to exhibit artwork by her Flint Community Schools students. Visit the UCEN Fine Arts Gallery through May 26 to see their work.