To help ensure the safety of its students, faculty and staff, Cleary has entered into a partnership with Everbridge to provide an emergency broadcast system that will send alerts via cell phones if warranted.
Those who register for this FREE service will be alerted to situations related to natural disasters, campus safety and man-made threats.
Subscribers, based on their choice, will receive emails and/or text messages via phone related to eminent danger. (NOTE: Your service provider will charge for the delivery of each message).
Students and faculty should have received an email outlining how to register. Interested staff should send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need assistance or encounter issues, please contact email@example.com via email.
The University will conduct periodic tests of this system to ensure it is operating correctly. The first test is planned for March 26.
We hope that you participate in this important service.
The next Cleary University Campus Visit Day is Saturday, March 15 at the Livingston Campus in Howell. The event begins at 10 a.m. For more information, call 1-800-686-1883 or visit www.cleary.edu/admissions.
This event gives traditional prospective students the opportunity to learn more about Cleary University and determine if it is the right school for them. Parents are invited to attend as well.
There will be information about: academic programs, career services, financial aid and scholarships and our new athletics program. You can speak to current students, faculty, coaches and staff.
Campus tours and lunch are included.
HOWELL – Michael Sampson, of Stevenson High School in Sterling Heights, has signed a letter of intent to play for the Cleary University’s men’s soccer team.
“Michael is a hard working midfielder who will really help solidify the mid third of the field," said Cleary University men’s soccer coach Tom Greeley. “Michael has solid work ethic and I know he will bring a much needed element to our team.”
Sampson, a midfielder, is a three-year varsity player and two-year starter at Stevenson. As a junior he was voted outstanding midfielder. As a senior he helped his team to a 14-0-2 record and the MAC Red Division Championship.
HOWELL – Nick Tate, author of “ObamaCare Survival Guide: The Affordable Care Act and What it Means for You and Your Healthcare,” will be the keynote speaker at the Livingston Economic Club Luncheon, March 6, at the Johnson Center on the Cleary University Livingston Campus. The Luncheon begins at noon.
Tickets are $45 per person, $120 for a group of three, or $300 for a table of eight. Current students and faculty of Cleary University are invited to attend free, or may buy additional tickets for $25 per person. Promotional event sponsorships are also available. To purchase tickets, please go to: www.cleary.edu/tickets or call Grace Farley at 517-586-3002
“With all the recent publicity of the Affordable Care Act and the continuing uncertainties about its effect on Americans, we believe that Nick Tate is a perfect choice to help us gain a better understanding of this complex legislation,” said Farley, coordinator of the event.
HOWELL – Bri Sleek, a former All-American soccer player, has been named the head coach of Cleary University’s women’s soccer team. She replaces Tom Hackenberry, who resigned.
“My task as athletic director was to find not only a solid soccer mind, but someone who could build a respected program and immediately begin to mold the players into the type of student-athletes we expect on our campus,” said Karl Kling, Cleary University athletic director. “Brianna Sleek brought to the table everything we sought: experience as a player, experience as a coach, and the passion to build a quality program.”
“It’s and incredible opportunity to help build a program from the ground up,” said Sleek. “It’s great to be starting something fresh, exciting and new. I enjoy working with young women and being able to affect them in a positive way on and off the field.”
Since 2012 Sleek has coached the freshman girls soccer team at Salem High School. She also has coached for several Michigan soccer clubs, including the Plymouth Reign and Livonia City Soccer Club.