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Now is the time.

We see before us a tremendous opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to take its next major evolutionary step forward by making a substantial investment in student success, community engagement, and innovative ideas.

We see an opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to build on its excellent academic programs, committed faculty, dynamic students, and outstanding community support.

We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able.

Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.

Please consider being a Victor for Michigan. Please consider investing in us, investing in our students and investing in our ability to seize our opportunities. Together, we can -- and together we will -- make a difference. 

Now is the time. It is our time.

Thank you and Go Blue!

Susan E. Borrego, Chancellor

 

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We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able. Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.

In the News: UM-Flint faculty expert discusses FBI hate crime statistics

In the News: UM-Flint faculty expert discusses FBI hate crime statistics

UM-Flint Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kenneth Litwin, PhD discusses implications of new FBI hate crime report.

Writer, activist, and educator Mohja Kahf is UM-Flint’s December commencement speaker

Writer, activist, and educator Mohja Kahf is UM-Flint’s December commencement speaker

Dr. Mohja Kahf is a professor of comparative literature at the University of Arkansas, an accomplished author, and a social justice activist.

New language learning tool available at UM-Flint

New language learning tool available at UM-Flint

The Frances Willson Thompson Library is offering a new language learning tool, Mango Languages. It is free to all students, faculty, and staff at UM-Flint.

UM-Flint’s Sixth Annual Holiday Food Giveaway is Saturday, November 18

UM-Flint’s Sixth Annual Holiday Food Giveaway is Saturday, November 18

This year, the distribution of food begins at 1:00 p.m. and takes place at UM-Flint's William S. White Building (509 N. Harrison Street).