Finish Your Michigan Degree.

Take the next step and finish strong. Wherever you are in your educational journey at the University of Michigan-Flint — or if you’ve been away — we’re here to help you complete your Michigan degree and reach your goals.

Apply for Readmission

If you’ve attended UM-Flint for at least one semester and have not attended class in over one year, you can apply right now as a readmitting student. There’s no application fee. You’ll be notified of a decision within two weeks of receiving your documents.

Not sure where you stand with your requirements? Schedule a meeting with an Admissions Counselor to get back on track. Contact the Undergraduate Admissions office at admissions.flint@umich.edu or (810) 762-3300.

Ready to Register?

If you completed your last semester at UM-Flint within the last year, you may register for classes online or through the Registrar’s Office. There’s no need to reapply.

UM-Flint Graduates

If you’ve already graduated from UM-Flint and are interested in returning to take additional courses or to complete a Teacher’s Certification, apply as a non-candidate for degree.

If you’re a UM-Flint graduate interested in returning to complete another undergraduate degree, apply as a transfer student.

If you’re a UM-Flint graduate and would like to return for a graduate degree, please visit Graduate Programs for more information on how to apply. 

Readmission After Dismissal

Students who are academically dismissed from UM-Flint may be considered for readmission if they have:

  • Completed at least 12 transferable credit hours at another accredited institution in courses not previously taken at UM-Flint
  • Maintained a minimum GPA of 2.75

Students who meet these requirements may apply as a readmitting student

Students may also choose to petition Academic Standards for readmission to UM-Flint. Contact the Academic Advising and Career Center for more information and to schedule an appointment. 

Pathway to Completion

Ready to finish your Michigan degree at UM-Flint? If you recently attended but left the university, there’s a new program that can help you finish, as well as give you the financial support you need.