Emergency Resources

Emergency Information

UNIVERSITY ALERTS

The box below will be updated with the most current information during emergencies. 
If the box is empty, there are no active emergencies and the university is operating under normal conditions.




Keeping you and our campus safe

No one likes to imagine a disturbance to the peace and safety of our university. While we hope that a crisis or emergency will never occur at UNCG, the university has made emergency preparedness a priority. It has in place an Emergency Planning and Response Team (EPART) and a Chancellor's Crisis Policy Group which are ready to be activated if an urgent situation arises.

UNCG's response system helps ensure campus-wide awareness of how to respond to crises. It is based on a strategically-developed and continually updated Crisis Communication Plan. By using multiple communication systems, the university will provide rapid notification to more than 18,000 students and 2,500 faculty and staff.

What you can do

Learn about UNCG's safety measures: Your safety is our number one concern. By familiarizing yourself with the available resources UNCG has in place, you will be informed and prepared in the case of an emergency. Explore UNCG’s emergency plans and safety measures. >>

Take safety actions: Update your cell phone with emergency phone numbers and learn where to report safety hazards. Use UNCGenie to update your contact information and register your cell phone to get UNCG emergency text messages. Learn more about safety actions. >>

Receive emergency notification: Find out about the ways that you can receive emergency notifications from UNCG, including text messaging, computer pop-up notifications and RSS feeds. Learn more about emergency notification. >>

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM:


The University Emergency Notification System is a communication tool used to notify the campus community about any situation or condition that could threaten the safety of individuals on campus. There are three types of messages delivered by the system:

  • Alerts (Emergency Notification) - An incident or condition that requires immediate attention.
  • Notices (Timely Warning) - A message sent about crimes that have already occurred but represent an ongoing threat.
  • Test Messages - The system integrity is being tested.

The Emergency Notification System is designed to have overlapping methods of delivery that includes: Text Messages, Twitter, Facebook, Emails, network pop-ups, intercoms and outdoor public address system. Our goal is to keep you informed and safe.


Manage your emergency notification information

The MyConnect Portal allows you to add additional contact information for receiving emergency alerts from UNCG, such as parent and family member's phone numbers.  To create your MyConnect Portal account, follow these simple instructions.

 
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