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The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has made some temporary adjustments to help you with your transfer admissions process:
- You can submit unofficial transcripts as a place holder in your application until official ones are received in our office.
- You can send in your official transcripts either electronically or by mail as we are still processing applications.
- If you elect to receive pass/fail grades on your current semester’s collegiate transcripts, we will award transfer credit for passing courses.
It is important for you to know that certain secondary admit programs at the University of Michigan-Flint will still require letter grades to admit you to their program.
Transferring to UM-Flint is easier than you might think. To help you get ready to complete and submit your application, follow these admission steps.
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. and return it to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions along with a nonrefundable $30 application fee.
Step 2: Submit Official Transcripts
We are allowing students to submit unofficial transcripts as place holders in their applications until official ones are received in our office. As soon as possible, ask all previous post-secondary schools you’ve attended to submit your transcripts to the UM-Flint Office of Undergraduate Admissions. High school transcripts are required for students who have earned fewer than 24 college credits. Submit Advancement Placement (AP) scores, if applicable, to receive course credit.
Step 3: Submit All Documents
UM-Flint offers a wide range of Merit Scholarships for transfer students. We strongly encourage all applicants to apply for Merit Scholarships, regardless of academic or economic background. To apply for a Merit Scholarship, submit the following documents along with your application:
- Personal essay – topics may include your reason for choosing a major, your intended career field, why you want to go to college, or obstacles you have overcome to pursue your education
- Two letters of recommendation, if required by the specific scholarship you’re applying for
Submit these documents by July 1 to email@example.com. We can accept scores and transcripts as official in these ways:
- 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 Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Step 4: Evaluate Your Credits
Use our simple online credit transfer evaluator to see which of your credits will transfer to UM-Flint. It’s a great tool for staying on track for on-time graduation. If you decide to receive pass/fail grades on your current semester’s collegiate transcripts, we will award transfer credit for passing courses. It is important for you to know that certain secondary admit programs at UM-Flint will still require letter grades to admit you to their program.
Step 5: Visit Us
Our visits are a bit different right now, and we can’t wait to welcome you to our beautiful campus! For now, we have a number of ways you can visit us from the comfort of your own home. Participate in a webinar, attend an upcoming information session, or connect with our Admissions Counselors who are ready to help you transfer UM-Flint.
Step 6: Applying for Housing
Admitted students may complete the housing application and sign your housing contract online.
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (810) 762-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you earned your AAS from a community college, you can easily earn a Bachelor of Applied Science degree at UM-Flint. It’s a rare degree program opportunity designed for qualified community college grads where you can turn your associate degree into a bachelor degree in a short period of time. Apply today!