There are many varieties of financial aid available to students at UM-Flint, each with their own benefits and requirements. It is important to know how each type of aid works before applying for aid! Click the links below to learn more.


Grants are a form of "gift aid" - this means they do not need to be paid back. They are typically need-based - this ensures students with high levels of need will have their needs met. Types of grants include the Pell Grant, SEOG, TEACH, and more.


Loans are a type of aid that must be repaid. Depending on the type of loan, different interest rates and grace periods apply. Types of loans include Federal Subsidized Loan, Federal Unsubsidized Loan, and more.


Many generous donors provide scholarships at UM-Flint - these apply to many different academic programs and demographics. Students may apply for many scholarships through the general application, and various other scholarships are offered through external applications.


The Work-Study program offers students employment opportunities on-campus to help meet their financial needs. Job offerings are available in many disciplines and areas of study, and many students find jobs in their field.