University of Michigan-Flint

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University of Michigan–Flint
Motto Artes, Scientia, Veritas
Motto in English arts, knowledge, truth
Established 1956
Type Public
Chairman Katherine White(University of Michigan system)
Chancellor Ruth J. Person
President Mary Sue Coleman (University of Michigan system)
Vice-president Teresa A. Sullivan (Provost, Executive VP), Sally J. Churchill (Secretary)
Provost Jack Kay
Vice-Chancellor Jack Kay
David Barthelmes
Kristen Skivington
Dean D.J. Trela (CAS)
Susanne Chandler (SEHS)
Betty Velthouse (SHPS, Interim)
John A. Helmuth (SOM)
Academic staff 405
Students 7,260 [1]
Location Flint, Michigan, {USA}
Former names Flint Senior College of the University of Michigan (1954-1964)
Athletics club level[2]
Sports clubs: Cycling, Hockey, Mix Martial Arts, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball Club, Water Ski[2]
Nickname The Victors [3]

The University of Michigan–Flint is in Flint, Michigan, United States. It is one of the three campuses in the University of Michigan, Michigan's oldest university and main campus.

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