For any art connoisseurs, watching a live performance in a state of the art theatre will prove to be a great treat and the University of Michigan-flint Theatre is just the place for experiencing that. All the performances be it musical, dance, recital or play, are performed by the efficient senior artists and the university students under their wings. The seats are well set up and the acoustics are state of the art. At the black box section of the University of Michigan-flint Theatre, you can enjoy watching one act performances as well as experimental performances.
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University Of Michigan-Flint Theatre Reviews & Ratings
I am a Go Blue person and have always loved UM. With more than 5 family members having attended and graduated from UM-Flint, you could say it is in our blood. The professors that I have had have always been nice and have really taken the time to invest into their students. Advising though has been a bit disappointing and I feel that they could offer more help at times. The Financial Aid Office is great- ask for Dexter! He is the best!
As a student, I enjoyed the relatively small campus size. This made the majority of my classes within walking distance of each other. Depending on the courses, class sizes can range from twenty students in a class room to seventy students in a lecture hall. I highly value my education from this university.
I have been going here since Fall of 2014, and my experience has been good so far. They have a good selection of programs to choose from. My academic advisers have helped me stay on track with completing courses that align with my program. I do like that I have to meet with an academic adviser before registering for classes for each semester I attend. It helps me remain mindful of my program responsibilities. Class sizes are desirable; they have not been too big, as teachers are usually able to meet with students one-on-one for in-class help. Teachers usually care to make students feel like an important part of class. There are a lot of campus organizations and activities to be involved in, so students are bound to find something interesting to join. The campus works to ensure that students have a culturally inclusive and safe experience with them. On the other hand, I sort of feel like the campus partially lacks a strong community-focused presence. Maybe this is because it is a commuter school.
School of Management - Great instructors, small class sizes (average:18-30). The instructors care about their student's success, and regularly make themselves available for students needs. Also, very non-traditional, as most students are the University work full time, have families, and other priorities. Great college.
I received my Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Michigan-Flint, and if it were not for the mathematics department here, I would not be where I am at now. All of the faculty here have been very courteous and helpful, and have given me the resources I need in order to be a successful person. This is a great alternative for students who do not wish to pay the big bucks at Ann Arbor, yet want the same quality education. As others have said, the social life here isn't the greatest, but there is still plenty to do. The campus is also conveniently located near area shopping and restaurants, in case students have extra time on their hands.