Due to the potential of hazardous travel conditions overnight and into Thursday morning, the University is urging employees who are not teleworking to use their best judgment when deciding whether to travel. Contact your supervisor if you are unable to work. The University, which is operating under normal conditions, will continue to monitor conditions and provide any updates as necessary.
UNCSA ALERT is the University of North Carolina School of the Arts emergency notification system. UNCSA ALERT is used for timely emergency notifications over a wide range of communication channels which include:
- Text messages
- UNCSA’s Facebook and Twitter pages
The cost to participate is free, however, standard text messaging fees will apply from your carrier. Text messages will come from 226787, 67283, 78015 or 81437. Save these numbers as UNCSA ALERT in your cellphone so you can quickly recognize these numbers as the official sources of UNCSA ALERT messages.
|A message sent reference an incident or condition that requires immediate attention as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act.|
|Timely Warnings||A message sent about crimes that have already occurred but represent an ongoing threat and will aid in the prevention of similar crimes as required by the Clery Act.|
|Safety Notices||A message sent out to inform the UNCSA community of general safety information.|
A message informing of threaten weather conditions.
The system integrity is being tested. UNCSA ALERT tests are conducted on the first Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. Monthly tests include text message, email, social media pages and indoor/outdoor emergency speakers.
For additional information and assistance contact:
Emergency Management Coordinator