The offices below are here to help you be a successful student and have a positive experience at the university. Please don't hesitate to reach out to the appropriate group if you find that you need help.
The Office of the Dean of Students is a safe environment where students may go for assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes, or complaints on an informal basis. Students who have previously accessed student ombuds services may now seek assistance through the Office of the Dean of Students. For more information or assistance, please visit our website.
Academic Advising at UM-Flint is based on a shared model that involves professional and faculty advisors. Depending on your major and your class standing, you will be advised at the Student Success Center and/or at your department. You should meet with your advisor(s) as often as you need to, at least once per semester and whenever anything changes in your plans.
The Writing Center assists in making better writers and better products. You can come in for assistance with papers for any subject and at any stage of writing: getting started, fine tuning topics, developing ideas or revising, finishing papers, and working on MLA & APA formats as well as other citation styles. What do you want to work on?
Individual, one-on-one tutoring appointments are available for many 100- and 200-level courses, as well as for selected upper level classes.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides services to enrolled students that help to maximize their academic and personal potential. CAPS offers therapy, free screenings, referrals to outside agencies, and crisis services to enrolled UM-Flint students. Students are encouraged to talk to counselors about their mental health concerns, relationship issues, family conflict, stress management, adjustment issues, and more. CAPS counselors are on call 24/7 to assist students with after-hour emergencies.
Disability and Accessibility Support Services (DASS) at the University of Michigan-Flint helps students gain equal access to their education. We provide support for any student with a Learning Disability, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Mental Health Concerns, among others. The office also takes reports about issues with the campus facilities for those with accessibility concerns such as elevators, snow removal, and accessibility to their classes.
The mission of the Student Veterans Resource Center is to provide academic support to the veteran community. We assist the veteran community with their pursuit of academic and career goals, while offering services tailored to the unique experiences and needs of student veterans. Including, but not limited to, assisting with activating and utilizing your GI Bill® benefits.
ITS supports numerous computer labs on the UM-Flint campus for both general and instructional use. All registered students, faculty and staff are allowed to use the open computing labs. A valid computer account including a uniqname and password are needed to be able to utilize a computer in any of the labs.
The Registrar's Office provides support for students, faculty, staff and members of the community. Services include registration, transcripts, course catalog and schedule preparation, enrollment verification, graduation audits, and maintenance of student records. It is our desire to provide exceptional service and help students successfully complete their educational endeavors.
The Office of Financial Aid provides financial assistance to students at the University of Michigan-Flint. This financial assistance includes grants, loans, scholarships, employment opportunities through work-study and more.
The Office of Cashiers/Student Accounts manages student account billing and collection at the University of Michigan-Flint. Our experienced staff provides services to facilitate campus faculty, staff, and students in understanding university policies and procedures, financial analysis, fiscal controls, budgeting, purchasing, collection, and custody and release of campus funds.
ITS is a diverse team of highly dedicated professionals committed to our students, faculty, staff, and the community. Our mission is to provide technology solutions, services, and support founded on the business needs of our campus community. We strive to support and enhance the mission of the University of Michigan–Flint. Our focus is to use technology to inspire students, empower educators, enrich administrators, and improve the state of Michigan and the world.
UM-Flint offers more than 20 complete programs and hundreds of individual courses online or in mixed mode (hybrid) format. Online students enjoy the same curricula, course content, faculty and learning outcomes as those face-to-face courses. All courses are delivered via the Blackboard learning management system and are supported by the Office of Extended Learning.
Out-of-state students enrolled in a degree program should take a moment to review the State Authorization information provided by the Office of Extended Learning. In July 2020, federal regulations changed for programs with professional licensure requirements.
The Department of Public Safety provides complete law enforcement services to the campus. Our Police Officers are licensed by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) and authorized to enforce all Federal, State, Local laws and Rules of the University of Michigan. Our officers are also deputized by Genesee County. Our officers are well trained in services unique to an academic institution. We are dedicated to the community policing philosophy as a way of delivering police services to our campus community.