Budget Transparency

State of Michigan Transparency Reporting

From the funds appropriated in the Public Acts of 2018 Act #265, sections 236 and 245, each public university shall develop, post, and maintain, on a user-friendly and publicly accessible Internet site, a comprehensive report categorizing all institutional general fund expenditures made by the university within a fiscal year.The report shall include institutional general fund expenditure amounts categorized both by each academic unit, administrative unit, or external initiative within the university and by major expenditure category, including faculty and staff salaries and fringe benefits, facility-related costs, supplies and equipment, contracts, and transfers to and from other university funds.

The report shall also include a list of all employee positions funded partially or wholly through institutional general fund revenue that includes the position title, name, and annual salary or wage amount for each position.

The university shall not provide financial information on its website under this section if doing so would violate a federal or state law, rule, regulation, or guideline that establishes privacy or security standards applicable to that financial information.

Part 1

Section A: Annual Operating Budget – General Fund

Revenues2021-22
State Appropriations$24,433,500
Student Tuition & Fees$92,476,000
Indirect Cost Recovery$150,000
Income from Investments – Other$50,000
Departmental Activities$300,000
Total Revenue$117,409,500
Total Expenditures$117,409,500

Section B: Current Expenditures – General Fund

Section C: Essential Links

ci: Current Collective Bargaining Agreement for Each Bargaining Unit

cii: Health Plans

ciii: Audited Financial Statement

civ: Campus Safety

Section D: Positions Funded Through the General Fun

Section H: Reverse Transfer Agreements

The University of Michigan-Flint has entered into reverse transfer agreements with Mott Community College, St. Clair Community College, Delta College, and Kalamazoo Valley Community College.


Part 2

Section 2A: Enrollment

LevelFall 2017Fall 2018Fall 2019Fall 2020Fall 2021
Undergraduate6,4346,0975,8625,4244,995
Graduate1,4021,4351,4351,4051,423
Total7,8367,5327,2976,8296,418

Section 2B: First-Year Full-Time Retention Rate (FT FTIAC Cohort)

Fall 2020 Cohort70%
Fall 2019 Cohort72%
Fall 2018 Cohort74%
Fall 2017 Cohort72%
Fall 2016 Cohort77%

Section 2C: Six Year Graduation Rate (FT FTIAC)

FT FTIAC CohortRetention Rate
Fall 2015 Cohort35%
Fall 2014 Cohort38%
Fall 2013 Cohort40%
Fall 2012 Cohort46%
Fall 2011 Cohort44%
Fall 2010 Cohort37%

Section 2D: Number of Undergraduate Pell Grant Recipients

FYGrant Recipients
FY 2020-212,123
FY 2019-202,388
FY 2018-192,519
FY 2017-182,746

Section 2D-1: Number of Undergraduate Completers Who Received Pell Grants

FYGrant Recipients
FY 2020-21632
FY 2019-20546
FY 2018-19601

Section 2E: Geographic Origin of Students

ResidencyFall 2016Fall 2017Fall 2018Fall 2019Fall 2020Fall 2021
In-State7,3117,2156,9746,8156,4616,067
Out-of-State275284255245222231
International*458337303237146120
Total8,0447,8367,5327,2976,8296,418
* International student count based on non-resident tuition

Section 2F: Employee to Student Ratios

Fall 2016Fall 2017Fall 2018Fall 2019Fall 2020
Student to Faculty Ratio14 to 113 to 114 to 114 to 114 to 1
Student to University Employee Ratio7 to 16 to 17 to 16 to 16 to 1
Total University Employee (Faculty & Staff)1,2191,2001,1731,1221,005

Section 2G: Teaching Load by Faculty Classification

Faculty ClassificationTeaching Load
Professor3 courses @ 3credits each per semester
Associate Professor3 courses @ 3credits each per semester
Assistant Professor3 courses @ 3credits each per semester
Instructor3 courses @ 3credits each per semester
Lecturer4 courses @ 3credits each per semester

Section 2H: Graduation Outcome Rates

Graduation outcome rates, including employment and continuing education.

Many of the Michigan public universities do not routinely and systematically survey all their graduating seniors to gather data for a reliable response to this metric. At present, there is no common core set of questions and no consistent date for survey administration. Depending on the institution and the timing, response rates may be low and also biased towards students who have been successful in either entering the workforce or a graduate program. While institutions are making an effort to report the data that is available to them, care should be taken in interpreting the results.


Part 3

Dual Enrollment

2019-20 Programs Providing Opportunities for College Credit

Questions Regarding Program Details (MCL 388.1845[5]) Direct College Credit or Concurrent Enrollment (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][ii])Dual Enrollment (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][iii])Early College/Middle College Program (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][iv])
Number of high school students participating (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][i])26724365
Number of school districts that participate with the university (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][ii])11209
Instructor type (e.g. college professor, qualified local school district employee, other) (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][iii])College ProfessorCollege ProfessorCollege Professor
Total program cost to the university (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][iv])$1,139,239$1,151,444$242,231$1,511,574
Cost per credit hour for the course or courses (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][v])$360$360$360
Location where course(s) are held (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][vi])Carman-Ainsworth High School
1300 N Linden Rd
Flint, MI 48532
Clarkston High School
6093 Flemings Lake Rd
Village of Clarkston, MI 48346
Fenton High School
3200 W Shiawassee
Fenton, MI 48430
Grand Blanc High School
1 Jewett Trail Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Hartland Educational Service Center
9525 East Highland Road
Howell, MI 48843
Hartland High School
10635 Dunham Rd
Hartland, MI 48353
Lapeer County ISD Education & Technology Center
690 N Lake Pleasant Rd
Attica, MI 48412
Lapeer Center for Innovations
170 Millville Rd
Lapeer, MI 48446
Powers Catholic High School 
1505 W Court St
Flint, MI 48503
University of Michigan-Flint 
303 E. Kearsley Street
Flint, Michigan 48502
University of Michigan-Flint
409 Harrison Street #3102
Flint, Michigan 48502
University of Michigan-Flint
409 Harrison Street #3102
Flint, Michigan 48502
Byron High School
312 West Maple Ave
Byron, Michigan 48418
Carmen-Ainsworth High School
1300 N. Linden Road
Flint, Michigan 48502
Clarkston High School
6093 Flemings Lake Road
Clarkston, Michigan 48346
Fenton High School
3200 W Shiawassee
Fenton, MI 48430
Grand Blanc West Campus
1 Jewett Trail
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Brandon High School
1025 S Ortonville Rd, Ortonville MI 48462
Linden High School
7201 Silver Lake Rd. Linden, MI 48451
Lake Orion High School

495 East Scripts Rd, Lake Orion, MI 48360
Instructional resources available to program instructors (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][vii])Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s).Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s).Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s).
Resources offered to the student in the program (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][viii])Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the university library.Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the university library.Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the university library.
Transportation services offered to students in the program (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][ix])NoneNoneNone

All Enrolled students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FYUndergraduate #Undergraduate %Graduate #Graduate %
2020-20213,42968.6%90563.6%
2019-20203,68868.0%88162.7%
2018-20194,19868.9%90463.0%

Joint Capital Outlay Subcommittee (JCOS) Report

The State of Michigan requires that Michigan public universities post a report twice a year itemizing all contracts entered into for new construction of self-funded projects costing in excess of $1 million. New construction includes land or property acquisition, remodeling and additions, maintenance projects, roads, landscaping, equipment, telecommunications, utilities, and parking lots and structures.

There are no projects that meet the reporting requirements during this six-month period.