Penn State student found dead in apartment Monday night
His parents found him at his S. Atherton Street apartment
Penn State undergraduate student Charles Cudlipp, 25, was found dead by his parents in his off campus apartment at Happy Valley Motor Inn at 11:03 on Monday morning, authorities say.
Cudlipp's death was confirmed by the university in a statement to the Tribune-Review.
The statement reads “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.”
Counselling services are on campus for students in need of support.
The Centre County coroner performed an autopsy on Tuesday night, and authorities do not suspect foul play in Cudlipp's death. As of Tuesday morning, no new information has been released.
Cudlipp lived alone in his apartment and was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. He was expected to graduate in the summer of 2018.