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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.

Winners of UM-Flint’s Corporate Case Competition claim $500 scholarships

Winners of UM-Flint’s Corporate Case Competition claim $500 scholarships

The contest teamed up 90 UM-Flint students with corporate partners to answer the question “How does a business create and maintain a highly engaged workforce?”

In the News: UM-Flint impacting local business; Communication Studies faculty on “Black Panther” movie; librarians helping librarians

In the News: UM-Flint impacting local business; Communication Studies faculty on “Black Panther” movie; librarians helping librarians

UM-Flint programs, alumni, and leadership impact local business; Communication Studies' lecturer Traci Currie on "Black Panther" movie; and UM-Flint librarian Liz Svoboda shares outreach ideas.

UM-Flint students will spend Alternative Spring Break helping local community

UM-Flint students will spend Alternative Spring Break helping local community

University of Michigan-Flint students participating in this year’s Alternative Spring Break will work with seven community groups in the Flint area.

UM-Flint student Santino Guerra: From classroom to city council chambers

UM-Flint student Santino Guerra: From classroom to city council chambers

UM-Flint sophomore Santino Guerra was elected to the Flint City Council in November 2017.