The University of Michigan–Flint (UM-Flint, UMF) is a public university in Flint, Michigan. It is one of the two regional universities operating under the policies of the University of Michigan Board of Regents, the other being the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
UMF is one of the five doctoral/professional universities in the State of Michigan The university's enrollment is approximately 6,400 students, behind Grand Valley State University and Ferris State University, ahead of University of Detroit Mercy and Andrews University. There are 138 majors/concentrations that apply to 12 Bachelor's degrees and 43 graduate majors/concentrations. UMF also offers graduate degrees, including 15 master's degree programs and 12 doctoral degree/specialist programs.
The university's colleges and schools include the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), College of Health Sciences (CHS), School of Education & Human Services (SEHS), School of Management (SOM), School of Nursing (SON) and College of Innovation and Technology (CIT).
The university's student-athletes compete as the UMF Wolverines, while an unofficial student vote in 2009 selected The Victors to avoid confusion with the Michigan Wolverines. In 2013, the Flint men's ice hockey team earned a spot in the ACHA Division III National Tournament for the first time, eventually advancing to the National Championship Game against the Adrian Bulldogs.