From the Vice Chancellor
Prior to the 1950s, fewer than two of every ten high school graduates went on to college. Today, more than half of all high school graduates are accepted into college, and the four-year college degree continues to be viewed as the most certain path to personal fulfillment and economic success in the United States.
~ Lumina Foundation for Education
For more than 50 years, the University of Michigan-Flint has taken great pride in being part of the Michigan tradition. While at UM-Flint, you will be challenged to communicate effectively, appreciate diversity, work collaboratively, synthesize knowledge, and adapt to change. Outstanding faculty will assist you in developing the knowledge, skills, and values that will enrich your life and prepare you to meet the demands of a contemporary world. Support staff are here to help with issues ranging from financial aid to career development and personal well-being. And, of course, UM-Flint offers every student a dynamic assortment of extracurricular opportunities to enrich and broaden the college experience.
Student-centeredness is the foundation upon which the Division of Student Affairs was built and it signifies the context in which we carry out our mission. Our decisions are guided by the question: What is best for our students? We want your experience to be the best it can be and we are committed to your success. If there is any way I might be helpful or if you simply wish to let me know how things are going, feel free to contact me via e-mail (email@example.com) or by phone 810.762.3434.
Welcome to the University of Michigan-Flint!
Yours in Education,
Mary Jo Sekelsky