Resources for Biology Students
Find the support you need to be successful on campus and after graduation with these UM-Flint Biology student resources.
All Biology 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 Aaron Bagwell (Human & Molecular Biology) or Megan Presland (General and Wildlife Biology) to:
- Register for classes
- Conduct a graduation audit
- Discuss which courses are right for you
- And more
There are several scholarships available to Biology students at UM-Flint:
Fleming A. & Marian E. Barbour Scholarship Fund: For full-time students who have completed 60 credit hours, which includes a minimum of ten credit hours in Chemistry and a minimum of ten credit hours in Biolog.
Emmalyn Ellis Freeman Master of Science in Biology Scholarship: Applicants must be fully admitted into the Master of Science in Biology program with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 as a UM-Flint graduate student.
Zelpha E. McKinnon Science Scholarship: Available to Biology and Chemistry majors who have completed at least 55 credit hours of course work, including organic chemistry.
Gary Pace Biology/Ecology Field Study Scholarship: Financial need is a consideration. Preference given to student of at least junior standing. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference given to student who are declared in the Wildlife Biology Program.
Holly Sucic Endowed Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship is open to students who are interested in pursuing a career in Biomedical Research. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.50 and completed at least 85 credit hours.
John Terrill and Lora Dorland Biological Sciences Scholarship Fund: Applicants should be either full- or part-time Biology or Earth and Resource Science TCP students who plan to have a career in the sciences.
Each scholarship has additional requirements for eligibility. Be sure to check the general UM-Flint scholarship page for more information on available funding and requirements.
CAS Opportunity Fund
The CAS Opportunity Fund provides additional funding for students, faculty, & staff to pursue research projects, travel, professional development, and more.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Many Biology students are members of UM-Flint organizations such as the:
- Molecular Biology Club
- Pre-Dental Club
- Pre-Medical Club
- Pre-Physical Therapy Club
- Pre-Physician Assistant Club
- Pre-Veterinary Medical Association
- Wildlife Club