The University of Michigan-Flint has achieved historically high enrollment for the eighth consecutive year. Enrollment for fall 2014 at the University of Michigan-Flint now approaches 8,600 with 8,574 students, up from 8555 students attending in 2013. Significant enrollment growth occurred in the areas of graduate, international, and dual enrollment.
It has been over three years since the University of Michigan-Flint campus has been smoke-free. Now, the focus is on helping the campus community become tobacco-free by providing information on the resources available to help quit tobacco use.
Two University of Michigan-Flint assistant nursing professors have paved the way to develop a global studies course that will focus on traditional Chinese medicine and complementary therapies through lectures, hands-on practices, and hospital tours.
The English Language Program at the University of Michigan-Flint was awarded accreditation by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) from April 2014 through April 2018.