Student Resources


Personal Information Update Form
For the following items, you must submit a Personal Information Update Form along with supporting documentation.

  • Name Change
  • Birth Date
  • Social Security Number

You may submit these documents in person, via mail, or via fax.

Students may update their address and phone number in the SIS (Student Information System).

Release of Information Request
Submit this Release of Information Request form if you need a form or letter completed by the Registrar’s Office.

Students can authorize proxy access to designated individuals to view academic records in a secure environment.

Granting access allows parents/guardians or other authorized users to stay up-to-date on designated student records. The student controls how much information a proxy can view. Once a proxy is added to your SIS account, you control the authorization settings to enable the proxy to view certain pieces of information. Proxy settings are “view only” meaning a proxy can never make any changes to any information in SIS.

Students can set a Passphrase authorizing the University to speak with an authorized proxy on the student’s behalf. The University is not authorized to speak to a proxy until you have provided consent through SIS (Student Information System).

Students have the ability to share any or all of the following pieces of information with anyone they choose to designate as a proxy. 

  • Academic Transcript
  • Student Profile
  • Account Summary
  • Tax Notification 1098T
  • College Financing Plan
  • Financial Aid Information

For more information on how to authorize proxy user(s), see our knowledge base article at Your SIS Proxy Access User Account.

Reverse Transfer

Reverse Transfer is a process where academic credits for course work completed at a four-year university are transferred back to your community college to satisfy associate’s degree requirements. Some students transfer into a four-year institution before completing an associate’s degree at a community college, with a percentage of this group gaining a bachelor’s degree eventually through a combination of credits from both institutions. Through Reverse Transfer, a student’s achievements are recognized with an associate’s degree after they have transferred to a four-year school and have accumulated the credits needed to fulfill the two-year degree program requirements.

The University of Michigan-Flint currently has Reverse Transfer Agreements with Mott Community College, Delta College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, and St. Clair County Community College. Under these partnership agreements, students attending UM-Flint could be granted an earned associate’s degree by combining credits from UM-Flint with the credits previously earned from these community colleges. UM-Flint is committed to helping our students earn all available credentials as they pursue their career goals. To this end, work is ongoing to forge agreements with other area community colleges.

If you have been recently enrolled UM-Flint and transferred from any of the community colleges listed above the Office of the Registrar will notify you that you are eligible for review based on the criteria below for the potential awarding of your earned associate’s degree. You will be sent a link to a Transcript Request form specifically for the Reverse Transfer Agreement. Using this transcript request form gives permission to UM-Flint to send your transcript, communicate with your community college regarding your coursework, and permit your community college to award your degree, if appropriate. The request must be completed and returned to the Office of the Registrar at UM-Flint. Your transcript will be sent to your community college at no charge to you. The initial criteria are:

  • 45+ credits hours completed at your community college
  • 24+ credits hours completed at UM-Flint

The sending of the UM-Flint transcript to your community college does not guarantee the granting of a degree. The courses you take at UM-Flint (or any other college or university) will be evaluated by your community college. The granting of the degree remains at the discretion of and is subject to the degree and residency requirements of the community college, which is the degree-granting institution. You will be contacted by your community college with the results of your review.

Enrollment Information

Students who need proof of enrollment have a couple of options of where to access the Enrollment Certificate. This enrollment certificate may be used to provide registration to loan agencies, health insurance companies, employers, etc.

You can access the Enrollment Verification Certificate in Myhub offered through the National Student Clearinghouse. Myhub is a free and secure online application which provides students and alumni with access to their verified education records from all colleges and universities participating in Myhub and related self-service features. Visit Myhub to create or access your account.

You can access the enrollment certificate in SIS, Student Services, Student Records and Enrollment Verification Certificate. This option is available beginning the first day of the semester.

Enrollment Status Definitions

A student’s enrollment status is determined by the following university defined guidelines:

Undergraduate Summer, Fall or Winter Semester
Full time12 or more credits
3/4 time9-11 credits
1/2 time6-8 credits
Less than 1/2 time1-5 credits
Graduate Summer, Fall or Winter Semester
Full time8-9 credits
1/2 time4-7 credits
Less than 1/2 time1-3 credits

In-State Tuition

Students wishing to apply for in-state tuition must complete an In-State Tuition Application and submit it to the Residency Office, Office of the Registrar, 500 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109