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image by Steve Shumaker, 1 May 2014
The University of Michigan - Flint has changed its logo flag to match its new unified logo design. It looks like it was changed in 2012 (www.umflint.edu/brand/brand-research).
On a field of Michigan blue, a Or (yellow, usually called maize) block M with below, white "FLINT" in Victor font.
The changes were dropping the bar and changing "FLINT" to white and fixing the font to their exclusive font, Victors.
Steve Shumaker, 1 May 2014
image by Steve Shumaker, 25 August 2010
The University of Michigan - Flint branch campus (UM-Flint) is headed by a Chancellor overseen by the Regents of the University of Michigan and have a separate appropriation from Michigan State Government.
The flag is blue with all of the following in Or (yellow, usually called maize): The University of Michigan Block M, a registered trademark, with a bar below the "M" the length of the "M" with "FLINT". Additional, flags and banners with the reverse in color exist, the yellow M is the preferred per U-M guidelines.
Pennants for sale via college bookstore: umflint.bncollege.com/
Banners on post at the edge of campus (on 1st page): www.umflint.edu/chancellor/...FINAL.pdf
Steve Shumaker, 25 August 2010