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Section 7: CMED Contact Numbers and CMU Resources
Section 7: CMED Contact Numbers and CMU Resources


CMED Contact Numbers

Admissions

Financial Aid

Office of Medical Education

Office of the Dean

Office of Student Affairs

Clinical Skills Center

Opperman Learning Commons

CMED Research Building

CMU Resources

Campus Parking Services

Diversity

             Multicultural Academic Student Services

             Office of Diversity Education

             Native American Programs

Park Library

CMU Police

Student Disability Services

Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center

Writing Center

 

CMED Contact Numbers

Admissions

1401 CMED

(989) 774- 7882

Financial Aid

1401 CMED

(989) 774- 7882

Office of Medical Education

2405 CMED

(989) 774- 7864

Office of the Dean

2520 S. University Park Dr., Bldg. D

(989) 774- 7547

Office of Student Affairs

1401 CMED

(989) 774- 7882

Clinical Skills Center

2404 CMED

(989) 774- 1633

Opperman Learning Commons

1427 CMED

(989) 774- 1241

CMED Research Building

2630 Dennison Dr.

(989) 774- 2901

CMU Resources

Campus Parking Services

The Parking Services division of the CMU Police Department distributes parking permits for CMU affiliates and campus visitors while maintaining all related records. This area is also responsible for the collection efforts associated with parking citations and citation appeals. For questions concerning billing, parking permits, citations and locations, contact us at (989) 774-3083 Monday-Friday, 7:30am-5:00pm or email parking@cmich.edu.

 

https://www.cmich.edu/about/emergency_safety/police/Pages/Parking_Services.aspx

Diversity

The Office for Institutional Diversity leads CMU in promoting and fostering an inclusive and respectful culture that values and supports diversity. The following units fall under the guidance of the Office for Institutional Diversity that strive to create a diverse university culture:

 

    Multicultural Academic Student Services

    Office of Diversity Education

    Native American Programs

    Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Services

 

Office for Institutional Diversity

 

https://www.cmich.edu/office_provost/oid

 

Multicultural Academic Student Services

Office of Multicultural Academic Student Services (MASS) assists students in acclimating to the cultural, racial, and ethnic diversity climate at CMU. The office coordinates a variety of services, programs, and activities designed to assist students academically, socially, professionally and personally. In particular, MASS focuses on the needs and concerns of African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino American, and Native American students.  The office works closely with diverse student groups in planning implementing academic, social, and recreation activities.  Specific programs and initiatives offered through MASS include, but are not limited to, cultural celebrations, Supplemental Instruction, Men About Change mentoring program, and retention initiatives for the Multicultural Advancement, Distinction and Lloyd M. Cofer scholarship recipients. MASS actively promotes the appreciation and pride for cultural diversity on campus and in the Mount Pleasant community.

 

https://www.cmich.edu/office_provost/oid/MASS

Office of Diversity Education

The Office of Diversity Education (ODE) represents diverse backgrounds and cultures on campus and helps fulfill the university's mission to increase students' respect, acceptance, and understanding of diverse people. The office coordinates diversity training and workshops conducted on and off campus.  The ODE also provides co-curricular activities that complement CMU's academic programs. These activities include art exhibits from around the world, concerts by contemporary blues, jazz, and other musicians, workshops on multicultural education, presentations by guest speakers, and more.

 

https://www.cmich.edu/office_provost/oid/ODE

Native American Programs

The Native American Programs Office (NAP) focuses on the recruiting and retention of Native American students to higher education, creating a comfortable environment on campus, and assisting students in their programs and life endeavors.  NAP seeks to increase awareness of cultural, social, and artistic traditions of the Native American culture on campus and through community outreach.  

 

hhttps://www.cmich.edu/office_provost/oid/NAP


Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Service


The Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer 

Services coordinates programs that raise the awareness about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) concerns. In addition to its important educational roles, this office supports and gathers resources to meet the needs of these communities. The office holds programs, classroom presentations, and forums addressing various topics related to sexual orientation/identity and gender identity/expression. Office resources include literature on social and political issues and subscriptions to a number of journals and publications. 

 

https://www.cmich.edu/office_provost/OID/LGBTQ/staff/Pages/default.aspx

Park Library

Park Library is located on the main campus of CMU. In addition to the extensive resources available at the library, you can also reserve a quiet study room and print documents.

 

For more information about available services and library hours visit the library website at http://library.cmich.edu/

CMU Police

The Central Michigan University Police Department works in partnership with the entire university to maintain a safe, secure and orderly living and learning environment. In addition to traditional responsibilities, the department offers many other services, including speaking to student groups and providing night time escorts.

 

More information about CMU's police force and the services they provide the community, please visit their website at: https://centrallink.cmich.edu/services/emergency/cmupolice/Pages/default.aspx

Student Disability Services

CMU is committed to providing students with disabilities the academic accommodations and auxiliary aids necessary to ensure access to all university services, programs and activities. In addition to the university's campus-wide efforts to promote access and inclusion, students with disabilities are further accommodated based on specific individual needs. The Office of Student Disability Services is responsible for determining these accommodations and providing services and assistance to enrolled students who are either permanently or temporarily disabled. The SDS office is located in Park Library, Suite 120, and is part of the Office of the Dean of Students.

 

CMU has many services for students, offered by various offices. Decisions regarding disability specific accommodations are made on a case-by-case basis. The registration process is a complex and lengthy one (4-6 weeks) so students are encouraged to start the process now. The "Register as a Student with a Disability" page on the SDS website will walk you through the process.

 

https://go.cmich.edu/support_services/academic/StudentDisabilityServices/SDSAboutUs/Pages/default.aspx

Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center

Become involved with service beginning at orientation! The Volunteer Center at CMU can connect you with our community.

 

The Volunteer Center is your connection to various volunteer opportunities across the Mid-Michigan area. To sign up for events, log volunteer hours, and hear the latest news, join the Volunteer Center's OrgSync page!

 

http://brandellvolunteercenter36844.orgsync.com/org/cmuvolunteercenter/About

Writing Center

Writing is a skill that students will use as a professional in any field, and it is important that you write well. No matter what degree you're pursuing - the Writing Center is free to all CMU students and can assist you with any writing project. With three locations on campus and extended hours, writing assistance is more available than ever. Center services include one-on-one consulting, online, for-credit classes, workshops, and outreach. During the academic year, the Center is open over 125 hours weekly among the four sites: Sunday 5:00 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. While the on-site hours are substantially reduced for summer (approximately 30 hours/week), the online service operates 24/7, 51 weeks of the year.

https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/chsbs/Centers/WritingCenter/Pages/default.aspx

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