Student Life at UM-Flint

Student life is an essential part of the total student experience at the University of Michigan-Flint. At UM-Flint, you can join or create clubs and organizations, find leadership opportunities, unwind with sports and recreation, make new friends, volunteer, and much more.

The Division of Student Affairs (DSA) leads student life at UM-Flint. The division’s 12 units offer more than 90 student clubs and organizations, recreation and club sports, counseling, veterans and accessible services, residential living and learning, access and opportunity programs, and more. You’ll find caring, inclusive, and welcoming environments across campus.

Student Affairs includes: 

DSA contributes to student success and the academic enterprise through an approach that encompasses five core values: community and belonging; equity and inclusion; engagement and leadership; health and wellness; and co-curricular and integrative learning. Staff are here to offer you encouragement, engagement, growth, and support during your time as a student at UM-Flint.

Meet the UM-Flint Division of Student Affairs

DSA departments and staff are here to offer you encouragement, engagement, growth, and support during your time as a student at UM-Flint. 

Learn more about the areas within DSA, who we are, and how to find us:

UM-Flint Club Volleyball team members practice in the Recreation Center.

Club Sports are a winning play at UM-Flint

With the addition of two new teams, Club Sports at the University of Michigan-Flint are growing.

The university’s Club Sports program, run through Recreation Services, has nine club sports and two voluntary student organizations.

UM-Flint students cut fruit as they volunteer for More Than A Day.

UM-Flint’s Block Club brings diverse programming to campus

The Block Club at the University of Michigan-Flint is one of the most diverse student organizations at the university.

“Everyone is welcome,” said Block Club President Tihirah Ruffin, a senior studying Psychology.