About University of Michigan - Flint
The University of Michigan-Flint, one of three campuses of the University of Michigan, serves the citizens of the city of Flint and the surrounding region. We are committed to the highest standards of teaching, learning, scholarship, and creative endeavors. Our urban location affords us an opportunity to provide a University of Michigan education to students with varied life experiences. The community is invested in our University, and together we work to enhance the cultural, economic, intellectual, and social vitality of the city and region. Rooted in the historic tradition of excellence of the University of Michigan, we offer bachelor's and graduate degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences and in a number of pre-professional and professional fields. The mission of the University of Michigan-Flint is to be the leading university in our region by:
*Educating all students in an environment that emphasizes literacy, critical thinking, and humanistic and scientific inquiry, while guiding their development into thoughtful and productive citizens and leaders. *Facilitating student participation in the learning process and promoting individual attention to students through small class size and an involved faculty and staff. *Assuring that faculty and staff give all those in our diverse student population the necessary guidance, support, and encouragement to achieve their academic goals. *Enabling faculty to achieve high quality scholarship in areas of basic and applied research and creative activity. *Promoting respect and understanding of human and cultural diversity. *Collaborating with local and regional educational institutions and other public and private organizations to provide access to academic programs; advance economic, cultural, and artistic interests; and enhance health and education in our region.
Please note: The University of Michigan-Flint cannot award SCECHs for courses delivered by other institutions. If you are seeking SCECHs for teaching certificate renewal via ED2GO, please verify with the instructor that the course is eligible through their home institution.
Current students: Please direct questions about your lessons, quizzes,
assignments, and other course materials to your instructor or course administrator.
You can use the course discussion areas for this purpose.
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or completion letters, receiving an extension, or any other administrative tasks,
New or potential students: If you have questions about course content,
prerequisites, requirements, follow-ups, or instructors, you'll find the information
you need by locating the courses that interest you. Click the course title to review
the course details.
If you have questions about registering, paying for, or transferring in or out of
a course, please address them to:
University of Michigan-Flint
Office of Extended Learning
241 French Hall
303 E. Kearsley
Flint, MI 48502