University of Michigan-Flint has improved over the period of time I have been enrolled. There different clubs, organizations, and events on campus so incoming and returning students can be involved in campus life. The campus is not big so it is easy to get where you need to go in a decent amount of time. There is a great advising staff that helps you with any questions you have, and they are determined to make sure YOU know what path you want to follow. Once you become a sophomore you will have an advisor specifically certified in your major, so it is nice to receive insight from someone who has already had experience. One thing I will say is if you are trying to get a job on campus and you do not have "work study," majority of the time you will not get hired by anyone. Most of the jobs are for work-study students only and rarely any other jobs come up for students not in that category. Overall, going here is a good experience.