Our undergraduate admission decision considers all available academic data, including grades, test scores, and caliber of high school program. The University may consider nonacademic factors in the admission decision including information we receive regarding your leadership qualities, exceptional talents, conduct, and citizenship. In general, the average grade of incoming freshmen is a B (3.0 GPA), and the average grade for incoming transfer students is a C (2.0) GPA or higher.
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International Undergraduate Admissions
Undergraduate & ELP
Although UM-Flint admits students on a rolling-basis, students are encouraged to apply 2 months prior to the term start.
International students may be required to apply earlier than the deadline posted by the program. The final deadlines for international students are May 1 for the fall term, September 1 for the winter term, and January 1 for the spring term. International students should apply by the earlier deadline (program deadline or the international deadline).
I-20 Immigration Documents
For students that need to receive an I-20 to apply for a VISA, please view the dates below. These dates refer to the last day the International Center will mail out an I-20 outside of the U.S. for the particular term. This does not apply to students in the U.S. and transferring their SEVIS I-20 to the University of Michigan-Flint
Summer 2013 Term: June 6, 2013
Fall 2013 Term: July 29, 2013
*Please note: Spring ELP is a 10 week program
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