As a result of the many generous donors the University of Michigan-Flint is fortunate to have, we are able to offer over 200 scholarships each year, in addition to those listed on this page. These scholarships recognize and support academic excellence, extracurricular activities, service to the university and community, and student research. Scholarships are offered to students in all programs of study and all grade levels. More information on the scholarship application period is below.
2013-2014 UM-Flint Scholarships
The application period for 2013-2014 scholarships has ended for undergraduate students. Click here for a guide to the application.
The scholarship application deadline is as follows:
- Undergraduate Students - February 15, 2013
- Graduate Students (preferred) - February 15, 2013
- Additional Requirements due - February 22, 2013
- Graduate Students (final) - June 1, 2013
Scholarships are open to any admitted UM-Flint student. Students may apply only once an aid year. For existing graduate students, to maximize your chances for scholarship consideration, you should file your on-line scholarship application by undergraduate deadline to be considered for those scholarships open to all students regardless of your class level. Your name will also be included for graduate scholarship consideration after the June 1 deadline.
As always, please watch your UM-Flint e-mail for outside scholarship postings throughout the year.
Listed below are additional scholarships and their deadlines as well as links to applications. Click the name of each application for further information. Click the headings to sort by scholarship name or deadline.
Scholarship Opportunities for Veterans
The employees of the Student Veteran’s Resource Center have compiled a list of scholarships currently available for Veteran’s and their family members. Whether you served your country last year; twenty years ago; or are a family member of a Veteran, there are scholarships available for you! To access the comprehensive list, please visit the Student Veteran Resource Center located next to Subway in the University Pavilion, or visit the following website: http://www.umflint.edu/studentveterans/Scholarships.htm. If you have questions regarding the scholarships or would like assistance filling out the applications, please visit the Student Veteran’s Resource Center or call 810-766-6835.
- Must be a veteran (dependents not eligible)
- Must be attending a university, college or trade school in the state of Michigan
- Must provide a copy of your student ID
- Must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 (an unofficial transcript will be accepted)
- Must submit a copy of your DD214
- Must be a member of one of the following Veteran organizations:
Marine Corp League
- American Legion
- AM Vets
- Purple Hearts
University of Michigan-Flint Merit Scholarships
All qualified students are considered for merit scholarships during the admissions process with consideration given to students whose applications for admission are received by the application deadline. Selection criteria include GPA, academic course load, rank in class, personal essays and letters of recommendation, extracurricular involvement as well as standardized test scores. If you would like more information on the following merit scholarships please contact the Admissions Office.
Michigan Scholar Award
Awarded to entering freshmen, this four-year, full-time tuition and fees award also carries a $600 per year book allowance.
Awarded to entering freshmen, this four-year award covers full-time tuition and fees.
University Scholar Award
Two years of full-time tuition and fees awarded to entering transfer students with an associate's degree or significant number of transferring credits.
Michigan Competitive Scholarship
- Awarded by the Michigan Department of Education
- $50-$1,300 per year to undergraduate students carrying at least 6-12 credit hours per semester. Awards pro-rated based on number of credits per semester.
- The amount awarded may be affected by the receipt of additional grants or scholarships.
- Awarded on ACT score and need
- Michigan residency required
- Student must maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Students must file the FAFSA by posted State of Michigan deadlines (March 1st) for this award.
- The scholarship is renewable for a maximum of ten semesters, with renewal based on continued need and satisfactory academic progress.
To contact the State of Michigan about the Michigan Competitive Scholarship, please use the following:
Michigan Department of Treasury
Office of Scholarships and Grants
Bureau of Student Financial Assistance
P.O. Box 30462
Lansing, MI 48909-7962