On-Campus Housing

We are honored to have you join us at University of Michigan-Flint. UM-Flint is home to students from several different countries and while you are a student here, you will have many opportunities to learn about new cultures, meet new friends and try new things. While living on campus, you can focus on exploring your new surroundings, while we focus on providing you with a safe and secure living space and healthy food options.

When you live on campus you are just minutes away from the resources you need to be a successful student, including: classes, fitness center, dining hall, tutoring, job opportunities, and of course people! One of the easiest ways to meet new friends is on your residence hall floor and through participating in the many fun and exciting programs offered throughout the year.

In addition, you can elect to develop leadership skills by serving on your residence hall’s Hall Council, applying to be a Resident Advisor, or becoming a Student Ambassador.

We are here to help facilitate a smooth transition to UM-Flint and assist you in making the most of your college experience.  We understand that, as an international student, you have unique needs and we will do everything we can to make you as comfortable as possible during your time at the University of Michigan-Flint.

To view Housing costs, click Cost of Housing

IMPORTANT:  Residence Halls remain open during Thanksgiving and Spring breaks.  For an additional charge of $360.00, First Street Residence Hall Residents may elect to stay during winter break. Riverfront Residence Hall remains open through winter break.

International students may move in five days prior to International Orientation without charge. 

You may find additional information by visiting our International Center's website by clicking International Center.


Note: When emailing our office please DO NOT include any information that can put your identity at risk (e.g. Passport Number, Credit Card Numbers, Birth Date, etc.) Please use your UMID for identification purposes