If you're a student at Eastern Michigan University and you received an email not to show up for class anymore, relax, you're not alone.
The entire student body received the same email.
But, the good news is that you have not been kicked out of school. The email was sent in error.
Friday night a message that was sent from the university registrar's office was possibly sent to everyone saying that they were dismissed from the school.
The university is checking to see how this may have occurred, right now, it's not clear. One thing is clear, however, the administration is asking everyone who did receive it to ignore it.
If you are a student there, you can check your status on the school website (http:// www.emich.edu/ ) under the "Term: Winter 2012" header that shows "Academic Standing."
Here's an announcement now being sent to the students from the school administration:
To EMU Students, Faculty and Staff,
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