Central Michigan University

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Year Founded:
1892
Religious Affiliation:
None
College Type:
Public , Suburban
Enrollment:
17976 (full time undergrad)
Tuition In State:
$11,850
Tuition Out of State:
$23,670
Division:
NCAA I
Conference:
Mid-American Conference (Division I, Football I-A)
Welcome to the Central Michigan University Women's Volleyball scholarship and program info page. Here you'll have access to information about the school and details on their Women's Volleyball program like who to get hold of about recruiting, names of ... Read More

Welcome to the Central Michigan University Women's Volleyball scholarship and program info page. Here you'll have access to information about the school and details on their Women's Volleyball program like who to get hold of about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are available and ways to begin the recruiting process.
Central Michigan University Women's volleyball Program Coaching & Recruiting Personnel
For anyone who is hoping to get recruited it's important to know who to get in front of - and NCSA has the details you need. The Assistant Coach of the Central Michigan University Women's Volleyball program is Maggie Baumert. Other key personnel include:

  • Head Coach Mike Gawlik
  • Assistant Coach Krista Rice


If you're considering becoming a part of the Central Michigan University Women's Volleyball program these are the people you'll want to get in touch with. You'll be able to choose to get in touch with them via email using the link above or call the college to get additional information regarding the college and Women's Volleyball program prior to deciding if it is the right fit for you.
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Athletics Information
Conference:
Mid-American Conference (Division I, Football I-A)
Division:
NCAA I
Athletic Director:
Dave Heeke
Women's Volleyball Coaching Staff
  • Maggie Baumert Assistant Coach
  • Mike Gawlik Head Coach
  • Krista Rice Assistant Coach
What the Coaches are Saying...
Sep 06, 2017

“We are looking for players with passion for the game, who have a work ethic to be their own best and willing to turn this quality into an art form.”

—Coach Mike Gawlik
Women's Volleyball Academic Minimums
  • GPA: 3.0 (out of 4.0)
  • SAT: 1000 (out of 1600)
  • ACT: 20 (out of 36)
Sports Offered
  • Baseball
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Men's Basketball
  • Men's Lacrosse
  • Men's Track
  • Softball
  • Women's Basketball
  • Women's Golf
  • Women's Ice Hockey
  • Women's Lacrosse
  • Women's Soccer
  • Women's Track
  • Women's Volleyball
  • Wrestling
Club Sports
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Admissions Contact Info
Admissions Toll Free Phone:
(888) 292-5366
Admissions Phone:
(989) 774-4000
Admissions Email:
cmuadmit@cmich.edu
Academic Requirements
Academic Selectivity:
Somewhat Selective
Religious Requirements:
No
Specific Religious Requirements:
N/A
Application Information
Application Deadline:
No
Application Deadline Date:
Application Final Date:
July 1
Application Priority Date:
 
Notification Date:
 
Rolling Admissions:
Yes
Early Action:
Yes
Early Action Closing Date:
 
Early Decision:
No
Early Decision Deadline:
 
Common Application:
Yes
Student Body Averages
ACT
Average Freshman GPA:
2.7
Average ACT Composite:
22
Average ACT English:
22
Average ACT Math:
22
Average ACT Writing:
21
ACT 25th Percentile:
20%
ACT 75th Percentile:
25%
SAT
Average SAT 1 Combined:
0
Average SAT 1 Math:
538
Average SAT 1 Verbal:
525
SAT 25th Percentile:
920%
SAT 75th Percentile:
1181%
SAT 2 Requirements:
 
Majors
    Most Popular Majors:
  • Psychology, General, Marketing, Administration
    Pre-Professional Programs:
  • Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Optometry
    Other Pre-Professional Programs:
  • Physical Therapy, Architecture, Engineering, Forestry, Nursing, Physician Assistant, Occupational Therapy
    Combined 3-2 Programs:
  • Master of Arts in Economics, Master of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies, Master of Arts in Political Science, Master of Science in Computer Science, Master of Science in Experimental Psychology, Master of Arts in Apparel Product Development and Merchandising Technology, Master of Science in Mathematics, Master of Science in Geographic Information Science
    Majors Offered:
  • Accounting,
  • Anthropology,
  • Applied Mathematics,
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics,
  • Athletic Training, EMT Paramedic and Treatment Professions,
  • Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology,
  • Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology,
  • Biology,
  • Biology, Other,
  • Biomedical/Medical Engineering,
  • Business Administration, Management, and Operations,
  • Chemistry,
  • Clinical Psychology,
  • Communication Disorders Sciences,
  • Communication and Media Studies,
  • Community Organization and Advocacy,
  • Computer Engineering,
  • Computer Science,
  • Computer Software and Media Applications,
  • Computer and Information Sciences,
  • Construction Engineering Technologies,
  • Curriculum and Instruction,
  • Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services,
  • Drama and Stagecraft,
  • Ecology, Marine Biology, and Oceanography,
  • Economics,
  • Education/Teaching,
  • Educational Administration,
  • Educational/Instructional Media Design,
  • Electrical Engineering,
  • Engineering-Related Fields,
  • English Literature,
  • Entrepreneurial Operations,
  • Ethnic and Group Studies,
  • Finance,
  • Fine and Studio Arts,
  • Foods and Nutrition Services,
  • General Legal Studies,
  • Geography and Cartography,
  • Geology,
  • Germanic Linguistics,
  • Gerontology,
  • Graphic Design, Illustration and Game/Media Design,
  • Health and Medical Administrative Services,
  • History,
  • Hospitality Management,
  • Human Development and Family Studies,
  • Human Resources Management,
  • Industrial Production Technologies,
  • International Business,
  • International Relations and National Security Studies,
  • Journalism,
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences,
  • Literature,
  • Management Information Systems,
  • Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods,
  • Marketing,
  • Materials Sciences,
  • Mathematics,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Mechanical Engineering Related Technologies,
  • Mental and Social Health Services,
  • Music,
  • Natural Resources Conservation and Research,
  • Natural Resources Management,
  • Neurobiology and Neurosciences,
  • Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management,
  • Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies,
  • Philosophy,
  • Physical Education, Kinesiology and Exercise Science,
  • Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Professions,
  • Physics,
  • Political Science and Government,
  • Psychology,
  • Public Administration,
  • Public Health,
  • Public Relations and Advertising,
  • Radio, Television, and Digital Communication,
  • Real Estate,
  • Religious Studies,
  • Research and Experimental Psychology,
  • Rhetoric and Composition/Writing,
  • Romance Linguistics,
  • Social Sciences,
  • Social Sciences, Other,
  • Social Work,
  • Sociology,
  • Special Education,
  • Specialized Sales and Merchandising,
  • Statistics,
  • Student Counseling,
  • Teacher Development Methods,
  • Teacher Development Specific Subjects,
  • Teaching English or French,
Location
City/Town Situated In:
Mount Pleasant
Population:
26733
Major City Closest To School:
Lansing
Distance Of Major City:
69 Miles
Closest International Airport:
Freeland
Distance To International Airport:
40 Miles
Closest Other Airport:
Lansing
Distance To Other Airport:
69 Miles
Location Description:

480-acre campus in Mount Pleasant (population: 26,733), 60 miles from Saginaw; over 50 off-campus sites across the country. Served by bus; airport serves Saginaw; train serves Lansing (60 miles). Public transportation serves campus.

Demographics
Male:
43.74%
Female:
56.26%
African American:
5.79%
Asian American:
1.18%
Caucasian:
82.29%
Hispanic:
2.09%
International:
1.18%
Other:
6.61%
Student Faculty Ratio:
21:1
Out State Freshmen:
3%
Campus Size:
480 acres
Campus Life
Freshmen In School Housing:
94%
Students Live On Campus:
33%
Students Live Off Campus:
67%
Students Live On Campus During Weekends:
40%
Housing Types:
  • Coed dorms, Sorority housing, Fraternity housing, Single-student apartments, Married-student apartments, Special housing for disabled students, Other
Fraternities & Sororities
Fraternities & Sororities:
Y
Number Of Fraternities:
12
Number Of Sororities:
12
Join Fraternities:
5%
Join Sororities:
6%
ROTC
Air Force ROTC:
Not Offered
Navy ROTC:
Not Offered
Army ROTC:
On Campus
Financial Aid
Financial Aid Toll Free Number:
888 392-0007
Financial Aid Phone:
 
Financial Aid Email:
 
Aid Notification Date:
April 1
Financial Aid Forms:
FAFSA
Tuition Instate:
$11,850
Tuition Out of State:
$23,670
Room & Board:
$9,088
Average Debt On Graduation:
$26,615
Scholarship Numbers
FTF = First Time Freshmen
FTU = Full Time Undergraduate
Average Non-Need Based Athletic Grant and Scholarship Amount:
FTF :$16,298
FTU : $13,687
Number of Students Who Received Non-Need Based Athletic Grants and Scholarships:
FTF :39
FTU : 166
Average Non-Need Based Scholarship or Grant Amount:
FTF :$3,160
FTU : $3,467
Average Need-Based Loan Amount:
FTF :$5,410
FTU : $6,481
Average Need-Based-Self-Help-Award Amount:
FTF :$5,551
FTU : $6,850
Average Need-Based Scholarship or Grant Amount:
FTF :$5,822
FTU : $4,768
Average Financial Aid Package:
FTF :$11,026
FTU : $104,277
Average Percentage Of Need Met (Based on EFC):
FTF :83%
FTU : 83%
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