LIFE IN BRIEF | Criminal sexual conduct reported in Kesseler Hall


Sexual Assault

Criminal sexual conduct

CMU Police are investigating a criminal sexual conduct incident that occurred in the early morning hours Friday in Kesseler Hall. According to a release, the investigation remains open and interviews are being conducted. The suspect is an acquaintance of the victim and the CMU Police have not received information that would indicate further danger to the CMU community. Anyone with information can contact the CMU Police Department immediately at 989-774-3081, the tip line 989-774-1874 or through the anonymous tip form at police.cmich.edu.

Registrar

Withdrawal deadlines

The deadlines for withdrawing from an individual course for the 2009 Summer II Session are: first three week course - Wednesday, July 8, six week course - Friday, July 17, second three week course - Wednesday, July 29. The deadline for one-week courses is the second day of the course and students will receive an automatic "W." No individual course withdrawals will be allowed after these dates.

Summer classes

Credit/no credit deadline

Students planning to register for a Summer 2009 Session II course credit/no credit must complete and return a Credit/No Credit Request Card to the Registrar's Office according to the following schedule deadlines: first three week course - Monday, July 6, first six week course - July 10, second three week course - Friday, July 24. The Credit/No Credit Request Cards are available in the Registrar's Office of the Student Service Court in the lower level of the University Center.

Health Department

Staff cuts, surcharges

Because of Gov. Jennifer Granholm's executive order cut in Local Public Health Operations, the Central Michigan District Health Department has been forced to make staffing cuts in all areas of operation. Ten percent of the staff will have their positions eliminated or hours cut. The agency's Maternal and Child Health program also received a reduction in funding and its Infant and Child Well-Being program in Isabella County was eliminated without notice. Other revenue sources have not met projected targets and the agency in total reduced its budget by $184,581.

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