UM-Flint in Your Community

The University of Michigan-Flint offers several off-campus opportunities. Take UM-Flint classes close to home and complete your degree online.*

We currently offer online and mixed-mode classes at these Michigan colleges.

Lansing Community College
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration

St. Clair County Community College
Bachelor of Science in Psychology

*Some transfer credits required to complete programs. Please contact us today to learn more about transferring.

Dearborn Campus

Students at UM-Dearborn can take UM-Flint classes online as a guest student. 


Air Force Officer Education Program (ROTC)

The Air Force Officer Education Program prepares you to become an Air Force Officer while earning a college degree. Air Force ROTC offers a variety of scholarships that will help relieve the financial burden of your college education. That way, you can focus on preparing for your future and making the most of your college experience. You will be able to hone your time-management skills, analytical skills, and physical fitness. It won't be easy, but if you're up to the challenge, the rewards will last a lifetime. 

Four-year and Three-Year Programs. 
Air Force ROTC offers a four-year and a three-year program. Upon graduation, cadets are commissioned as 2nd lieutenants. 

  • The four-year plan is comprised of eight terms of courses in Aerospace Studies (AERO), as well as a two-week field training course at an Air Force base that will occur between a cadets' sophomore and junior years. 
  • The three-year program is designed for college students with three years of school remaining. Three year cadets will make up the first year of ROTC by taking both freshman and sophomore level courses during their first year in ROTC. 

Cadets may enroll in either the four-year or three-year programs by permission of the Air Force ROTC Detachment Commander. 

Military obligation
After commissioning, graduates of the Air Force ROTC program are called to active duty with the Air Force in a field usually related to their academic degree program. The period of service is four years for non-flying officers, six years for navigators/ air battle managers/ RPA pilots, and ten years for pilots after flight training. A contractual obligation is established for non-scholarship students when they attend their first Professional Officer Course (POC) after field training. Scholarship students in the four-year High School Scholarship Program incur a contractual obligation upon entering their sophomore year of AFROTC, whereas in-college scholarships awardees incur a contractual obligation once they accept a scholarship. 

For more information on the program, classes, cadet life and how to join, visit: