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Academic Integrity & CARE Team
Office of Student Life • UC 101 • 989-774-3016
CARE Team Hotline • 774-CARE(2273)
CARE Team web site
Office of Student Affairs web site
Central Michigan University and the Office of Student Affairs have developed the CMU Care Line, a confidential telephone line to assist the campus community in sharing concerns with the university's Care Team regarding the safety and well-being of CMU students.
Individuals who wish to share a concern about a CMU student may call 989-774-CARE(2273) and leave a brief voicemail regarding the nature of the concern. Questions should be directed to the Office of Student Affairs, 989-774-3346.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Outlines reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
Student Disability Services web site
HR Benefits & Wellness
Benefits • (989)774-3661 • Rowe 108
Benefits web site
The Benefits & Wellness Office administers the benefits package for faculty & staff, retirees, and their families. This includes educating employees on health benefits, retirement and savings plans, and the tuition waiver program. It is our goal to provide professional and friendly service, allowing employees to create a benefit program best suited to their need
Central Health Improvement Program
Rehabilitation, Fitness, Employee Assistance Program, Employee Wellness Program & HRA, Ergonomic Evaluations, Health and Wellness, Walking Routes, Workers' Compensation
CHIP Facility • (989)774-3198
CHIP Facility web site
Civil Rights & Institutional Equity
Ronan 220 • (989)-774-3253
Office of Civil Rights & Insitutional Equity web site
Our Mission: To develop, encourage and promote a positive campus environment that enhances the underlying principles as well as the stated policies of affirmative action, diversity, and equal access for all, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, height, weight, marital status, familial status, disability, veterans status, sexual orientation, or political persuasion, except where such a distinction is required by law.
Counseling Center • (989)774-3381
Counseling Center web site
The Counseling Center provides a variety of free brief and time-limited services for currently enrolled CMU students. Services include confidential individual counseling, group counseling, or referral for: personal issues such as an urgent situation or crisis, anxiety, depression, homesickness, loneliness, identity concerns, alcohol/drug abuse, eating concerns, college transitions, stress management, relationship concerns, couples concerns, family stress, grief/loss, relapse prevention, sexual orientation, strengthening coping skills, and personal growth and development; improving academic success by reducing stress and focused anxiety (e.g., test, math, speech), and learning study and time management skills; primary and secondary survivors of sexual and domestic violence, stalking, and harassment.
Environmental and Safety Services
Information available for the health and safety of the campus environment
Environmental and Safety Services web site
Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching
FaCIT • (989)774-3615
The vision of the Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching (FaCIT) is to
promote and facilitate student learning to the greatest extent possible
through research-based professional development opportunities focused on
continual improvement of pedagogy, scholarship, and creative endeavors.
Faculty Personnel Services
Faculty Bargaining Agreement, Common forms and procedures, Employment/Benefits, Policy Regulations; Pay Plan Schedule
Foust Hall • (989)774-4446
We offer a wide variety of health care services and programs to CMU students, their spouses and other authorized users.
Benefits, Contracts/Handbooks, Employee Forms - Direct Deposit, Tuition Waiver, Employee groups and their benefits
Office of Institutional Diversity
The main purpose and mission of the Office for Institutional Diversity is to enable us all to recognize our differences and to live harmoniously with them in an environment of inclusiveness and respect.
Office of International Affairs
Off Campus & Online
Global Campus • (989)774-4456
Welcome to CMU Global Campus! We're glad you’re here! Whether you're looking for online courses, entire online degrees or online continuing education and professional development, have a look at our options. You’re sure to find something that works for you.
The Office of Research and Graduate
Studies (ORGS) fosters high-quality research, scholarship, creative
endeavors and sponsored projects throughout the CMU community. ORGS
provides support and direction enabling faculty, staff and students to
secure funding in support of their work. In addition, ORGS provides
support to ensure compliance with university, sponsor, state and
federal regulations related to CMU scholarship.
Police • (989)774-3081
The Central Michigan University Police Department works in partnership with the entire university community to maintain a safe, secure and orderly living and learning environment. The CMU Police Department offers a diverse group of highly trained sworn police officers who are certified by the State of Michigan.
Our department participates in cooperative efforts with other area police agencies, maintaining close working relationships with Mount Pleasant Police Department, Michigan State Police, Isabella County Sheriff's Department, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police and Shepherd Police Department.
Diversity web site
CMU’s supplemental instruction program, offered through Multicultural Academic Student Services, is available to help students through difficult classes. Supplemental instruction is led by other students and help is available when needed.
Travel Services is a sub-unit of the Payroll and Travel Services
department. The travel information section is provided to offer guidance
and support to CMU employees and departments who travel and entertain
on behalf of Central Michigan University.