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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

 

Campaign Publications


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.

Q&A with Collegiate Lecturer Award recipient Dave Larsen

Q&A with Collegiate Lecturer Award recipient Dave Larsen

Dave Larsen, UM-Flint's 2018-19 Collegiate Lecturer Award recipient, discusses his teaching philosophy and more.

UM-Flint alumni address food security issues throughout Michigan

UM-Flint alumni address food security issues throughout Michigan

Alumni Richard Sadler ('07), Mackenzie Thrower ('14, '17), and Jeffery Martin ('13) each play a vital role within their communities to help address issues surrounding food scarcity.

A scholarship for the whole community

A scholarship for the whole community

Melanie Howard was surprised with a full-ride master's scholarship which she will use to make her classroom inclusive for special needs kids.

UM-Flint professor teams up with block association for The Porch Project

UM-Flint professor teams up with block association for The Porch Project

UM-Flint assistant professor of biology Dr. Rebecca Tonietto is involved in a community improvement project that also involves her bee research.