High School Counselor Information
Resources for High School Counselors
Welcome to the collection of helpful information about the University of Michigan-Flint for high school counselors. We value the partnerships we have with these professionals across the state of Michigan and beyond. Your work to help students make the decision about where to continue their education is important work, and that is why we want to ensure you are supported with timely information and other resources.
Special Events for Incoming High School Students
High school students have a variety of options when it comes to checking out UM-Flint online. From virtual tours, to Virtual Visit Days and our special Academic Spotlight Sessions that focus in-depth on specific degree fields, we have a variety of events designed especially for incoming students. These are just a few of our many events. Check out our events section or contact an Admissions Counselor for more information.
Meet Our Admissions Counselors
Our dedicated team of experts is ready to help. The UM-Flint Admissions Counselors who cover the entire state of Michigan are happy to work directly with you and your students to ensure they get their questions answered and their materials submitted.
The Admissions Counselors are also scheduling virtual visits at high schools. You can find the schedule and ways to set up a session here. You can also help students schedule appointments with our Admissions Office and Financial Aid Office to get their questions answered.
UM-Flint Admissions Requirements
For students who are interested in attending, are some quick facts about our requirements for the 2021-2022 academic year:
- A test score is not required for admission to UM-Flint
- Our standards program required grade point average is 2.7
- Our competitive Honors Program required grade point average is 3.7
If a student has a grade point average that is below 2.7 it does require test scores and an interview in order to be considered for admission to UM-Flint. Read more about our admission requirements here.
The Office of Financial Aid offers presentations/workshops to assist high school counselors and their students. If your school would like assistance with the 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) please complete the form found here.
Below are key dates you need to know to help students submit materials so they can qualify for financial aid, scholarships, and opportunities to live on campus.
October 1 – FAFSA opens — apply at FAFSA.gov and enter school code 002327
December 15 – Admissions Deadline for Full-Ride Scholarship Competition Consideration **deadline date extended due to COVID-19
February 1 – Priority Housing Application Deadline
March 1 – Admission Deadline for Automatic True Blue Scholarship Consideration
May 1 – Scholarship Acceptance Deadline for True Blue Scholarship Offers (must be signed up for orientation by May 1)
Instantly available to motivated students with strong academic records, our First-Year Merit Scholarship program offers awards ranging up to $5,000 a year, with limited full-ride awards available.