Know what's next.

Applying to UM-Flint is easier than you might think. To help you get ready to complete and submit your application, follow the simple steps in this application checklist. 

STEP 1: APPLY ONLINE

Submit your online application as soon as possible to secure your spot. There’s no fee, and you should receive a response within two to four weeks of receiving your documents.

To submit a paper application, download the printable version here. Complete and mail/fax the application to:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Michigan-Flint
303 E. Kearsley Street
245 University Pavilion
Flint, MI 48502-1950

Include payment for the $30 nonrefundable application fee with your paper application.

STEP 2: TAKE YOUR TESTS

Schedule and take your ACT or SAT tests as soon as possible. Testing should be completed around one year before you start your first term at UM-Flint.

Be sure to enter the UM-Flint testing code to have your score sent directly to our Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

ACT testing code: 2063
SAT testing code: 1853

For students who take Advanced Placement (AP) tests, those scores should also be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to receive course credit.

STEP 3: SUBMIT OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS

As soon as possible, request to have your official transcripts from all previous schools submitted to the UM-Flint Office of Undergraduate Admissions. 

STEP 4: SUBMIT ALL DOCUMENTS

UM-Flint offers a wide range of Merit Scholarships for incoming students.  Your application to the university is your scholarship application. Admitted students are considered for Merit Scholarships based on their ACT/SAT scores and GPA. To apply for the Full-Ride Merit Scholarships, you will need to submit your ACT/SAT scores and official transcripts by December 1.

We can accept scores and transcripts as official in these ways:

  • Test scores sent electronically from ACT/SAT or included on an official transcript.
  • Transcripts sent using an electronic service, such as Docufide, Parchment, National Clearinghouse, etc., through the institution’s website.
  • Official transcripts that are delivered either by mail or in person that are still in the institution’s original, sealed, unbroken envelope.  Faxed and emailed transcripts are not considered official.
  • Transcripts sent by mail directly from the institution (to the address below).

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Michigan-Flint
303 E Kearsley Street
245 University Pavilion
Flint, MI 48502-1950

STEP 5: VISIT US

Be our guest, visit our small and inviting campus, and see where you’ll be advancing your education. Join a tour, attend an upcoming information session on campus, or find out when UM-Flint Admissions Counselors will be visiting your high school.

You’re also welcome to schedule an appointment with a UM-Flint Admissions Counselor.

Questions?

Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (810) 762-3300 or email admissions@umflint.edu.

View upcoming dates and deadlines for the application process.