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Correction: A previous version of this story said the Point of Pride presentation was given by Rachel Nelson, student of The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Prefessions. That was incorrect. The presentation was given by Rachael Nelson, School of Health Sciences faculty.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss student enrollment, and will welcome newly-appointed trustees Todd Anson and Ed Plawecki and a new committee, the Enterprise Risk Committee.
In an open letter to the Central Michigan University community published Friday afternoon, President Robert Davies addressed the university's declining enrollment by outlining causes and offering ideas on how the university can improve.
The 2019 College of Business Administration Enterprise Resource Planning Simulation will take place Feb. 14, and will have nearly 200 Central Michigan University students in participation.
Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services Barrie Wilkes explained his decision to close the university during the snowstorm on the morning of Jan. 28 at the Academic Senate meeting on Jan. 29.
Fall 2018 enrollment at Central Michigan University was 21,705, dropping 7 percent from Fall 2017.
The Central Michigan University Academic Senate approved changes to multiple degree programs and the Graduation with Honors policy and received an update on the search for a new provost.
A report of Central Michigan University's preliminary Fall 2018 enrollment numbers shows a 7.4 percent decrease from Fall 2017.
In the two provost search forums open to the Central Michigan University community Jan. 14, the combined attendance was 12 faculty members.
A Presidential Title IX Advisory Board, which will aim to continue the fight against sexual assault, has been appointed by Central Michigan University President Robert Davies.
The search for Central Michigan University's next executive vice president and provost has begun with the appointment of a 16-member search committee selected by President Robert Davies.
Two students aspire to battle Midwestern industrial agriculture with their new sustainability-focused business, Revolve Farms.
The Board of Trustees approved the first year of a three-year plan to improve Residence Life Facilities, which includes demolishing Barnes Hall.
The team "Resin" won the 2018 College of Business Administration Make-A-Pitch competition with its idea for a THC-infused gourmet food delivery service.
Central Michigan University trustees gathered Dec .5 to attend committee meetings and discuss upcoming proposals.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees is set to meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss advising, the Chippewa Champions Alumni Center and the decommissioning of Barnes Hall.
Faculty voiced immense concerns regarding the Central Michigan University's productiveness in combating racial discrimination and acts of supremacy during Academic Senate.
The annual College of Business Administration "Make-A-Pitch" event will take place 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5 in the Grawn Hall Atrium.
As the smell of coffee wafts through his home at 3:45 a.m., Joe Garrison begins his day by working on his dissertation before heading into work as Central Michigan University’s Director of Financial Planning and Budgets.
Central Michigan University's Board of Trustees has one less female member since new appointments went into effect on Jan. 1.