RESOURCES FOR ART & ART HISTORY STUDENTS
Find the support you need to be successful on campus and after graduation with these UM-Flint Art & Art History student resources.
All Art & Art History students work with a professional academic advisor to ensure they are on track to graduate in a timely and cost-effective manner. Schedule an appointment with Kim Laux to:
- Register for classes
- Conduct a graduation audit
- Discuss which courses are right for you
- And more
There are several scholarships available to Art & Art History students at UM-Flint:
- Ralph M. and Emmalyn E. Freeman Art Scholarship
- Dr. Sarah Jordan Lippert Memorial Scholarship
Be sure to check the general UM-Flint scholarship page for more information on available funding.
CAS Opportunity Fund
The CAS Opportunity Fund provides additional funding for students, faculty, & staff to pursue research projects, travel, professional development, and more.
Students in Art & Art History complete internships to gain additional skills out of the classroom and make connections in their field.
Community Resources & Partnerships
Buckham Gallery / Non-profit, artist-run gallery in Flint.
City of Flint / Collaborative partner on civically-engaged Art & Design projects.
Factory 2 / Community makerspace in downtown Flint, which provides tools, equipment, and training.
Flint Institute of Arts / Second largest art museum in Michigan; an educational and cultural events partner.
Flint Public Art Project / Non-profit arts organization which organizes art installations, murals, and public events.
Local 422 / Red Ink Flint / Long-running all-ages venue and youth-focused non-profit arts organization.
Mott-Warsh Collection / Modern and contemporary collection of African American and African diasporic art with Galleries located in downtown Flint.
Share Art Genesee / Grant program supporting artists and art institutions.