Campus to Test WarnMe Alert System Wednesday, Jan. 25

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UC Davis emergency officials encourage employees and students to review and add to their contact information used for the WarnMe emergency notification system, which will be tested midday on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

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  • Text messages and emails will be sent at noon Wednesday, Jan. 25
  • Review your information and add mobile numbers and email addresses
  • Alerts also will be posted to Everbridge app and UC Davis Twitter and Facebook

The campus is scheduled to test its WarnMe emergency notification system at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

In the second of three regular tests for the academic year, the campus will send alerts by text message and email to faculty, staff and students, all of whom are automatically registered to receive alerts through their campus email.

Text messages will be sent to those who have added mobile numbers to their WarnMe contact information or signed up using keywords.

Messages will also be posted to the Everbridge Mobile App and UC Davis’ official Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Emergency officials encourage employees and students to add personal email addresses and mobile numbers — up to a total of five for each contact method. Also, you can choose to receive messages for additional groups; for example, a faculty member might choose to receive messages sent to students.

Verify and update your contact information on the WarnMe website.

Parents, vendors, contractors and others can sign up to receive text notifications only for the Davis campus by texting UCDALERTS to 888777.

Available to those with a UC Davis email account, the Everbridge Mobile App can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play and set up to receive UC Davis messages.

The Sacramento campus is scheduled to conduct a separate test on the same day.

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