Welcome to the International Center

Welcome! The International Center at UM-Flint is a dedicated resource for students, scholars, and faculty who come to our campus from around the world.  The International Center team is dedicated to assisting international students to get engaged, learn, and thrive in order to reach their goals. 

Office Hours Updates

The International Center office will be closed until further notice, but all staff are still working remotely. We will be checking emails, texts, and voicemails frequently throughout the day. You can leave a voicemail on our phone at 810-762-0867 or email international.flint@umich.edu. 

If you have an urgent need, call us on our What’s App 810-410-5375. If you have an emergency, call the campus police at 810-762-3333

 

                            

UM-Flint News

Nursing practitioner program partners with counseling services to support students

Nursing practitioner program partners with counseling services to support students

The University of Michigan Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program is partnering with the University’s Counseling and Psychological Services to offer supportive counseling to residents in the program.

UM-Flint receives $300,000 EDA CARES Act grant to support local economic development

UM-Flint receives $300,000 EDA CARES Act grant to support local economic development

The University of Michigan-Flint is the only institution in the state of Michigan to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration

Sociology professor explores the impact of urban planning in new book

Sociology professor explores the impact of urban planning in new book

In his recently published book, Chasing World-Class Urbanism: Global Policy versus Everyday Survival in Buenos Aires, Lederman explores how the city’s goal of becoming “world class” has created differing outcomes for its residents.

Explained: The people behind UM-Flint campus building names

You might start your day in French Hall, cross the river to the White Building, take a break in the Harding Mott University Center, and finish your assignments in the Thompson Library. But what is the story behind these buildings’ full names? UM-Flint was originally founded in 1956 as Flint College, and was housed on[…] Read More →