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This page includes a collection of Victors for Michigan Campaign assets, tools, and other communications resources designed to support University Advancement staff, Campaign volunteers, schools, faculty, and other members of the university community in understanding and effectively articulating Campaign goals and priorities.

If you have questions, feedback, or suggestions, please contact us.

School & Unit Cases for Support (coming soon):

College of Arts and Sciences
School of Education and Human Services
School of Health Professions and Studies
School of Management
International Programs
Graduate Programs
Honors Program
Student Affairs

Victors for Michigan Campaign Style Guide

Provides guidelines for branding Victors for Michigan in all communications. Includes instructions for proper usage of logos, colors, typefaces, and photography and effectively applying the campaign’s visual identity for both print and digital applications.

Campaign Toolkit and Frequently Asked Questions

 

Campaign Publications


The economic impact of UM-Flint on Genesee County in 2014 was $79,143,066.

UM-Flint’s Department of Public Safety presents annual awards

UM-Flint’s Department of Public Safety presents annual awards

UM-Flint's Department of Public Safety (DPS) held its annual awards presentation on May 17. 

Regents approve College of Health Sciences name change at UM-Flint

Regents approve College of Health Sciences name change at UM-Flint

The University of Michigan Regents approved the name change of UM-Flint's School of Health Professions and Studies (SHPS) to the College of Health Sciences (CHS) to encompass its expanded programs and enhanced offerings.

Highlights from UM-Flint Staff Council’s spring meeting and awards breakfast

Highlights from UM-Flint Staff Council’s spring meeting and awards breakfast

The Staff Council at the University of Michigan-Flint held its 25th annual spring meeting and awards breakfast on May 16.

Q&A with the director of UM-Flint’s new Occupational Therapy program

Q&A with the director of UM-Flint’s new Occupational Therapy program

Nancy Vandewiele Milligan, PhD, shared her thoughts with UM-Flint Communications & Marketing about the new program.