Now is the time.
We see before us a tremendous opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to take its next major evolutionary step forward by making a substantial investment in student success, community engagement, and innovative ideas.
We see an opportunity for the University of Michigan-Flint to build on its excellent academic programs, committed faculty, dynamic students, and outstanding community support.
We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able.
Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.
Please consider being a Victor for Michigan. Please consider investing in us, investing in our students and investing in our ability to seize our opportunities. Together, we can -- and together we will -- make a difference.
Now is the time. It is our time.
Thank you and Go Blue!
Susan E. Borrego, Chancellor
We see an opportunity to do more and be more. We are ready and able. Now is the time. It is time to BE BOLD.
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
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.
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 sophomore Santino Guerra was elected to the Flint City Council in November 2017.