After 5 hours of negotiations Wednesday Central Michigan University and the CMU Faculty Association remain without a contract. As of yesterday nearly 2,000 students of the 19,000 have already arrived on campus with the majority expected to arrive today, classes are expected to begin Monday. Faculty members and administrators have met 19 times since April and three meetings included a State Mediator. Whether the faculty show up for classes on Monday lies in the hands of the bargaining team. This week, 97% of the 600 faculty members voted to authorize the team to enact any job action necessary, that includes a work stoppage.
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