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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.

Showcase celebrates $56 million Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign

Showcase celebrates $56 million Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign

More than 200 supporters came out to mark the successful completion of the Victors for Michigan-Flint campaign at the “Victors for Michigan Showcase at the Capitol Theatre,” a campaign that, to date, has raised $56,555,857.

UM-Flint announces December 2018 student commencement speaker

UM-Flint announces December 2018 student commencement speaker

Hannah Karczewski has been chosen as the student speaker for UM-Flint's 2018 December commencement ceremony.

UM-Flint announces winter 2018 Maize and Blue Award winners

UM-Flint announces winter 2018 Maize and Blue Award winners

University of Michigan-Flint has announced the recipients of the Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award. The awards will be presented at the winter commencement on December 16, 2018.

First-Year Experience course prepares students “to change the world”

First-Year Experience course prepares students “to change the world”

The UM-Flint course So You Want to Change the World is designed to acclimate new students to university life and expose them to new ways of learning and doing. It helps students foster critical thinking skills, which they then use to study larger societal issues.