Scholarships and Research Assistantships for Arts Administration

At the University of Michigan-Flint, we want you to focus on starting your university experience strong. That’s why we offer scholarships and research assistantships to new Arts Administration (MA) students.


The Dean's Distinguished Graduate Student Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship awarded competitively to new students who have achieved and have the potential to achieve a high level of academic success. No additional application is required. The number of awards is limited.


  • Must be a newly admitted, first-time graduate student to the UM-Flint Arts Administration (MA) program for Winter 2018
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 (4.0 scale)
  • Half-time enrollment (4 or more credits) in each semester awarded
  • Each award is $3000, split into two $1500 payments
  • Scholarships applied directly to student's account for tuition, mandatory fees, and course-related fees only; not refundable for any other expenses

Research Assistantships

A Graduate Student Research Assistantship (GSRA) is a paid position for academically-related research activities of UM-Flint graduate students. Selected new Arts Administration students will be offered an appointment for two semesters to assist UM-Flint faculty performing academic research. No additional application is required. The number of appointments is limited.


  • Must be a newly admitted, first-time graduate student to the UM-Flint Arts Administration (MA) program for Winter 2018
  • A minimum of 6 credits of enrollment is required for each semester awarded
  • Students are paid on a monthly basis; current stipend rate is $2098.65 per semester (minimum total award of $4197.30 for two semesters)
  • Each appointment will be two semesters

Additional information about the GSRA program can be found on our GSRA pages.