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In what has been called a “tremendous loss” to students not only at Eastern Michigan University but institutions around the country, EMU Financial Aid Director Cynthia Van Pelt said students who were full-time during fall and winter semesters will no longer be eligible for Pell Grants during the upcoming summer semester.
“It’s a big loss for us and really for every school and all of our students that are Pell eligible,” Van Pelt said.
Students no longer being able to claim an official June graduation date and a change in how financial aid is dispersed are just a few of the new changes being rolled out following Eastern Michigan University’s decision to reclassify its separate spring and summer terms into a single summer semester.
President Barack Obama is speaking Friday at the University of Michigan about college affordability.
The House of Representatives put the Stop Online Piracy Act on hold indefinitely amid Internet protests that saw popular websites blacked out.
Jan. 22 - A person was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell at 3:46 p.m.
Repairs are progressing smoothly for maintenance crews at Eastern Michigan University’s Halle Library, and investigations are underway to determine why the pipe’s supports failed.
It was first reported the cause of the falling pipe was the breaking of the clamp-like hangers that hold the pipe in place.
Despite the MLK Day march against Public Act 4 and an ongoing petition to repeal the act, Governor Snyder said he stands by
The non-profit organization TED will partner with the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management to bring the first ever TEDxEMU on March 9 in Sponberg Theater.
TED, Technology, Entertainment and Design, is a non-profit organization established in 1984.
Eastern Michigan University’s late registration fee is more than double the University of Michigan’s.
Jan. 23 - A commuter parking hang tag was stolen from a vehicle between 8:45 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin recently testified to the Michigan Senate Education Committee against a bill that would allow community colleges to offer baccalaureate degrees.
House Bill 4496, was introduced to the Michigan House of Representatives by Representative John Walsh on March 24, 2011.
President Obama spoke about college affordability issues on Friday morning at the Al Glick Fieldhouse at the University of Michigan.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th District sent Julea Ward’s case back to the district court Friday, Jan.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools have recently banned the book “Waterland” by Graham Swift from AP English classes, and reviewed the book “Beloved” by Toni Morrison for banning as well.
Jan. 28 - A student was found intoxicated at 1:10 a.m. in Buell Hall. The student was sent to St.
Julea Ward’s lawsuit against Eastern Michigan University was recently reinstated by a federal court of appeals.
A bill introduced by the Michigan Senate would require all students in public schools to say the Pledge of Allegiance daily.
A group of students are reviving the inactive campus chapter of Students for an Ethical and Participatory Education.
John Dellapelle, a junior studying political science at EMU, said the organization
focuses on increasing student involvement in campus governance.
Traffic cones and caution tape have surrounded a section of sidewalk along West Circle Drive for the last few days.
Jan. 31 - A student was disturbing the peace at 10:11 a.m. in the Student Center. The student was upset at a SCCS hearing.