U-M emergency alert test scheduled for Wednesday, March 30
The U-M Division of Public Safety and Security will test the U-M Emergency Alert System on Wednesday, March 30 around noon.
The test will be sent through all methods of the alert system, including the U-M Public Safety App, Michigan App, DPSS homepage, U-M Gateway, interior building digital signs, Twitter, Facebook, RSS feeds, email, phone calls and text messages.
There is no action required by recipients.
The test will be canceled if the system is activated for a real emergency or if the potential for severe weather arises.
DPSS and Information and Technology Services are partners in providing the emergency alert functionality. The testing will confirm system operations readiness.
About the U-M Emergency Alert System
The U-M Emergency Alert System is intended to notify the campus community of an active, major campus emergency such as an active attacker, severe weather warnings or emergency reduction in operations.
Additional information about the specific emergency will be posted on the DPSS website as it becomes available.
Please visit the DPSS website for more information about U-M emergency alerts, including how to enroll.