You’re Ready to Be a Wolverine!
Now is the time to become part of the University of Michigan by attending the University of Michigan-Flint. We will be with you every step of the way as you start to plan your future.
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.
Step 2: Submit Required Documents
Complete and upload the original or attested copies of the documents listed below using iService. Instructions for logging in to iService are emailed to you within 48 hours of processing your application.
A transcript is a record of a student’s history and performance at a particular academic institution. First-year applicants must have their official high school/secondary school transcripts submitted to UM-Flint. If the transcript is not already in English, it must be accompanied by an official translation (students cannot do their own translations).
Some countries issue only one original transcript, exam result, or degree certificate. If this applies to you, request an attested document from the institution. Then, send a photocopy of the document (never the original) to the institution that originally issued it. They will verify the photocopy against their records, place the institutional stamp or seal on the photocopy (thereby attesting to its accuracy), put the attested copy into an institutional envelope, and affix their stamp or seal over the envelope closure. The issuing institution can mail the attested copy directly to the International Admissions or you may deliver the unopened envelope to the office in person.
Please note that all documents submitted to UM-Flint become the property of UM-Flint and cannot be photocopied or returned.
Proof of English Proficiency
First-year applicants from countries or regions in which English is not the primary language of instruction are required to demonstrate English proficiency in order to be admitted to the University of Michigan-Flint.
|ELS||Certificate of Completion (ELS Level 112)|
|IELTS (Academic)||6.0 overall band|
|iTep Academic||Level 3.5 or higher|
|MLC (Michigan Language Center)||Advanced Star 1|
|Pearson PTE Academic||46|
|SAT||SAT Reading: 480|
|TOEFL||61 (Internet Based)|
500 (Paper Based)
- First-Year students who have attended four years in a U.S. high school with grades of “C”/2.0 or better in all English classes; Must submit official transcripts to verify.
- UM-Flint’s TOEFL institution code is 1853
- All English proficiency scores can be submitted via iService except Duolingo.
- For a list of countries that UM-Flint does not usually require an English proficiency score from, click here.
Copy of Valid Passport
International students (F-1 status) are required to have a current, official passport from their country of origin to enter the United States and to attend UM-Flint.
Step 3: Review Your Scholarship Options and Submit Your Affidavit of Financial Support
The First-Year Merit Scholarship Program 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.
We can accept scores as official in these ways: test scores sent electronically from ACT/SAT or included on an official transcript.
Please note ACT/SAT test scores are not required for admission. Students who don’t have a test score may be eligible to receive the Test Optional First-Year Merit scholarship based on their incoming GPA. Submitting ACT/SAT may qualify students for additional scholarship funding. To be considered official, scores must be sent directly from ACT or College Board.
Proof of Financial Support
You’ll be asked to complete an affidavit showing proof of financial support. This document can be accessed through iService, and is required to secure an I-20 required for F-1 status. The affidavit provides satisfactory evidence that you have adequate funds to support your academic pursuits at UM-Flint. For more information on tuition and fees for international students please click here.
Step 4: Applying for Housing
Admitted students may complete the housing application and sign their housing contract online.
Contact International Admissions 810-762-3300 or email [email protected].
Important Dates & Deadlines
December 1 (Winter Start Date)
I-20 Form (issue deadline)
Priority Housing Application Deadline
August 1 (Fall Start Date)
I-20 Form (issue deadline)
UM-Flint students are automatically considered, upon admission, for the Go Blue Guarantee, a historic program offering free tuition for high-achieving, in-state undergraduates from lower-income households. Learn more about the Go Blue Guarantee to see if you qualify and how affordable a Michigan degree can be.
Annual Security & Fire Safety Notice
The University of Michigan-Flint’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (ASR-AFSR) is available online at go.umflint.edu/ASR-AFSR. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report includes Clery Act crime and fire statistics for the preceding three years for locations owned and or controlled by UM-Flint, the required policy disclosure statements and other important safety-related information. A paper copy of the ASR-AFSR is available on request made to Department of Public Safety by calling 810-762-3330, by email to [email protected] or in person at DPS at the Hubbard Building at 602 Mill Street; Flint, MI 48502.