Charles Cudlipp, a Pennsylvania State University student, was found dead in an off-campus apartment on Monday, March 26. According to State College police, the parents of the 25-year-old Cudlipp found his body at his off-campus apartment. At this time the cause of death is unknown.
According to reports, authorities do not suspect foul play at this time and the Centre County coroner conducted an autopsy on Tuesday, March 27. In a statement, Penn State said that Cudlipp was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania and was expected to graduate in summer 2018.
Cudlipp reportedly lived alone in his Happy Valley Motor Inn apartment at 1245 S. Atherton St.
A Penn State University student was found dead in his apartment by his parents Monday, the university’s student newspaper reported Tuesday. The university confirmed the death of Charles Cudlipp in a statement to the Tribune-Review. Voter registration data shows Cudlipp was originally from Richland Township. Cudlipp was a chemical engineering student and was expected to graduate this summer, according to the statement.
“Our deepest sympathies go out to Charles’ family and friends during this difficult time,” the statement said. “Staff from our Office of Student Affairs are reaching out to his family to offer any and all necessary support.”
Counseling services are available to help the campus cope with the loss. The Daily Collegian reported Cudlipp was 25 and lived alone in his Happy Valley Motor Inn apartment at 1245 S. Atherton St.
That is all the information available at this time.