Last Updated: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 at 10:28 AM.
UM-Flint will move 75 percent of courses online for fall 2020

UM-Flint will move 75 percent of courses online for fall 2020

The University of Michigan-Flint unveiled plans for the fall 2020 semester designed to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus during the ongoing pandemic.

The healing power of art: Q&A with UM-Flint lecturer and art therapist Autumn Heddy-Reed

The healing power of art: Q&A with UM-Flint lecturer and art therapist Autumn Heddy-Reed

By simply painting, drawing, coloring, and creating, people can find relaxation, stress relief and mental health support, and more.

UM-Flint program supports respiratory therapists in keeping the public healthy

UM-Flint program supports respiratory therapists in keeping the public healthy

UM-Flint's online Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy program helps those in the field advance their skills and careers.

Virtual activities from the Rec Center keep campus community active

Virtual activities from the Rec Center keep campus community active

Although the University of Michigan-Flint is currently conducting most of its business while seated in front of a computer, the Recreation Center has plenty of opportunities for students to remain active and engaged through virtual fitness and wellness activities such as yoga classes, workout videos, and Esports.