• UM-Flint Sets Enrollment Record for Fall 2007

    Enrollment at the University of Michigan-Flint has increased for the fall 2007 semester to a record setting level. The increase is led by continued growth in graduate students and a nearly 20% increase in new freshmen and an almost doubling of International Students. The overall increase is 5.5% compared to fall 2006, with nearly 6,900 students. Tenth day enrollment for fall 2006 totaled 6,527.

  • An International Approach to an MBA

    The University of Michigan-Flint Interim Chancellor Jack Kay and Wenchang Fang, Professor & Dean, College of Business, National Taipei University (NTU), Taiwan, recently signed an agreement establishing a dual Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

  • Banners Brand Campus

    They're everywhere! Forty-eight pairs of maize and blue banners now outline the campus of the University of Michigan-Flint. Long before you arrive on campus, you can spot the six-foot banners on light posts. This past summer, the Flint and Dearborn campuses adopted the Ann Arbor "M" as part of their official logos. That's the "M" used on the banners.
    "The banners do more than just brand and identify the campus," said Interim Chancellor Jack Kay. "They are our way of saying to the community around us; we are proud of who we are by showing our colors, and proud to be an active partner with our neighbors."

    Currently, the banners boarder most of the campus except for a few blocks on the Saginaw Street side of the Pavilion.

  • Taking to the Ice

    Could this be the start of athletics at the University of Michigan-Flint? A group of 17 students who love hockey have formed a Hockey Club.

  • Packed House for Debate Watch

    A crowd of about 250 accepted the invitation from University of Michigan-Flint to join in watching Mayor Don Williamson and challenger Dayne Walling go head-to-head in a televised debate October 29, just eight days before the November 6 election .

    The hour-long debate was televised from WJRT (abc 12) and carried by TV-5, NBC 25 and Michigan Television.

  • UM-Flint Music Professor Invents New Instrument

    You've probably heard of a Sousaphone and a Saxophone, well now you can add the "DiBlassiophone" to the list of musical instruments. University of Michigan-Flint Assistant Professor of Music Brian DiBlassio recently demonstrated the new instrument to local TV reporter Randy Conat.

  • One More UM-Flint Team to Cheer

    The secret is out; the University of Michigan-Flint has an Ultimate team. In fact, more than 20 students meet three or four times a week to practice it. Ultimate or Ultimate Frisbee as it is also called, is a team sport growing in popularity on college campuses across the country.

  • Safer Ways to Stop Mosquito Bites

    There are many products that can help keep mosquitoes from biting, but research at the University of Michigan-Flint is looking at ways to make the products safer.