It also happens to be on the same day.
According to court records, both Glasgow and Lewan are expected in court on May 19.
Glasgow will be arraigned on operating while intoxicated charges stemming from a March 15 incident in Ann Arbor. The proceedings will be heard by Ann Arbor judge Joseph Burke.
Starting in nine games a season ago at center, Glasgow is expected to compete again for a starting position on the offensive line this season. He was suspended for part of spring practices and is suspended for the season opener against Appalachian State on Aug. 30.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke, who suspended Glasgow, released a statement at the time of his suspension. Stating that a violation of team standards was the reason for the suspension.
"Each of our young men understands the standard we expect of them," said Hoke in a statement during the time of the suspension. "It's one that represents this great program and university, as well as their family and teammates. When their actions don't reflect that standard, it's very disappointing, and we must hold them accountable for their decision while helping them learn a valuable life lesson."
Lewan, who has graduated and is no longer with the program, is expected to be arraigned on one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault and battery stemming from a December incident. The proceedings will be heard by Ann Arbor judge Elizabeth Hines.