• Maize and Blue Scholars Selected

    The Scholarships, Awards and Special Events Committee and the Provost have announced the graduates selected to receive the Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award, the highest academic award bestowed upon the graduates of the University of Michigan-Flint.

  • Regents Approve 2008 Housing Rates

    The University of Michigan Board of Regents has unanimously approved rates for the first residence hall on the University of Michigan-Flint campus. The rates are competitive with other public universities in Michigan.

  • December 2007 Commencement

    The University of Michigan-Flint December 2007 Commencement will be held on Sunday, December 9, 2007 at the James H. Whiting Auditorium (dba The Whiting). The ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m. More than 350 graduates are planning to attend.

  • The UM-Flint YouTube / Superbowl Contest

    The University of Michigan-Flint has launched a unique promotion that allows contest entrants the opportunity to plan and produce their very own Super Bowl commercial.

  • UM-Flint Awarded Brighter Futures Grant

    A new program will encourage University of Michigan-Flint students and alumni to work on-site with students at Flint Northern High School to help eighth and ninth graders, to gain proficiency in mathematics. The program entitled, University of Michigan-Flint Community Math Partnership is being funded by a Brighter Futures Grant awarded by the Michigan Campus Compact (MCC).

  • UM-Flint Theatre Takes to the Road

    The University of Michigan-Flint Department of Theatre and Dance has been invited to the Great Lakes region meet in early January of the American College Theatre Festival. The department has been invited to stage a scene from the recent Will Power produced production of The Flint Project.

  • UM-Flint Professor Blogs His Way to National Notoriety

    Mark Perry is no stranger to notoriety. As the author of the long-running Genesee County Business Index, Perry, a professor of finance and business economics at the School of Management, University of Michigan-Flint was often quoted in the local media on "local economic issues. However, it was his idea to begin a blog called "Carpe Diem" that exposed his economic philosophy to the world.