University of Michigan Flint Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of University of Michigan Flint is 810-762-3300 .
The history of the University of Michigan - UM Flint began in 1944, when the Flint Board of Education requested University of Michigan to open their satellite campus in Flint. Then the key area citizens already planning the cultural center, were interested in the idea of higher education in the community. Three years later, the Regents of the University funded a study exploring the possibilities for higher education in Flint. University of Michigan - UM Flint is a public university located in Flint, Michigan in the United States. It is one of three campuses in the University of Michigan system. The community responded enthusiastically to the study, which called for the establishment of a four-year liberal arts college in Flint comparable to the College of Literature, Science and the Arts on the Ann Arbor campus.

The city assisted the university by supplying buildings and land  Local philanthropist late Charles Stewart Mott donated money to build a classroom and office building, and the Sponsors Fund of Flint donated funds for operating expenses. Cooperation between the community and University of Michigan - UM Flint brought about the opening of a two-year senior college in 1956, which offered baccalaureate degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences and in the professional fields of education and business administration. Approximately 167 junior students enrolled the first semester.

As time passed, there was a call for major changes in the college. The Flint Board of Education proposed that University of Michigan - UM Flint expand the senior college to a four-year institution. The Board of Regents adopted the proposal in 1964. The first freshman class was admitted the next year making the Flint Senior College of University of Michigan the first four-year University of Michigan program offered outside of Ann Arbor.

In 1970, the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools accredited the Flint College. In 1971, the Regents officially changed the name of the institution to University of Michigan - UM Flint. That same year, University of Michigan President Robben Wright Fleming appointed William E. Moran—the first Chancellor of University of Michigan. Chancellor Moran commissioned an Academic Planning Board to develop a master plan for the university. Responding to the needs of the community, the Board identified major areas of program development for the University, including professional and career-oriented programs. Subsequent chancellors continued planning for the future growth of the university.

These plans led to the establishment of graduate degrees, new academic units, service units, WFUM-TV, and the expansion of the campus into downtown Flint. Through the combined efforts of Flint citizens and city government, University of Michigan - UM Flint acquired 42 acres along the Flint River in 1971. The campus occupied its first building in 1977. The general classroom-office building (named the David M. French Hall in 2000) housed a theatre and library. University of Michigan Center opened in 1979 and the Recreation Building opened in 1982. Funds for the buildings were derived entirely from substantial private gifts from the community and a limited amount of borrowing to be repaid from future student fee revenues. As a result of continued growth and strong support from community and state officials, the university has undertaken several major construction projects. In 1988, a student parking area opened and the William R. Murchie Science Building was dedicated.

University of Michigan - UM Flint took possession of the University Pavilion (formerly Waterstreet Pavilion) from the city in 1991. Many administrative and student services offices moved from locations in French Hall and the University Center, to the upper level of the Pavilion; the University Bookstore relocated to the lower level. As a result of generous donations, the Frances Willson Thompson Library opened in 1994. In 1997, the campus acquired an additional 25 acres immediately north of the Flint River, where the William S. White Building was completed in 2002. A grant from the Mott Foundation provided the University with funds to assist with the construction and programming of new facilities on the north site. The White Building houses the School of Management, the School of Health Professions and Studies, the Early Childhood development Center, the Urban Health and Wellness Center, Art, and Communications.

University of Michigan - UM Flint campus broke ground for the first-ever student housing facility, First Street Residence Hall, on July 16, 2007. It is approximately 100,000 gross square feet and is situated on the southern edge of the campus adjacent to First Street and Willson Park. The Residence Hall has 310 beds and living-learning spaces on the first floor. The facility is different from the traditional dormitory buildings found on many college campuses. It features one, two and four-bedroom units, including handicapped-accessible units. All units contain one or two bathrooms, a kitchen, and living room. In addition, the Residence Hall features a 24/7 staffed entry way with special cards that are required for entrance into the building. In Fall 2009, new dorms opened in the building that was once the Hyatt Regency. These dorms are opened to all college students in Flint, although the majority of the student living in the dorms attend the University of Michigan. These dorms, deemed 'Riverfront Housing,' are home to many amenities not commonly seen in dorms. These include full size pool tables and a movie theater.

The Flint campus of University of Michigan - UM Flint is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Accreditation has also been awarded to various programs in the university by the Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business - International, the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education, the Council on Accreditation for Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs the Council on Social Work Education the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and the National Association of Schools of Music  The university is currently seeking accreditation from ABET for their new mechanical engineering program.

University of Michigan - UM Flint is rated one of the best master's-level public university in the Midwest in U.S. News & World Report's 2009 America's Best Colleges report. The Princeton Review has included University of Michigan in the "Best in the Midwest" category  in their publication 2009 Best Colleges: Region by Region. University of Michigan Part-Time MBA Program is ranked 41st in the United States and 9th in the Midwest. The Princeton Review has also included University of Michigan School of Management in their "The Best 301 Business Schools: 2010 Edition"

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