e2Campus Emergency Alert Test Today

There will be a test of the e2Campus emergency alert system today, Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at approximately 12:30 PM.  Registered users should receive the following message via text and email - “TEST. This is a TEST of the Manhattan College e2Campus emergency alert system. This is just a TEST”.

Registering with e2Campus allows you to receive emergency alerts directly to your cell phone. This system will be used to send alerts regarding emergencies on campus that could pose a threat to the MC community, including weather related closings or delayed openings. 

e2Campus allows you to enter up to two cell phone numbers and two e-mail addresses to receive alerts. You can add a parent or another’s information to your account so they will also receive alerts. Public Safety strongly urges all members of the College community to register. You can check your registration status or register for e2Campus at:

https://inside.manhattan.edu/offices/public-safety/emergency-alerts.php

If You Do Not Receive the Alert

  1. Go to the e2Campus account page at http://manhattan.edu/e2campus
  2. Click “Manage Your Account” and log in.
  3. Click “Dashboard” and verify your service is active.
  4. Click “Services” and check that your phone number and email address are correct.
  5. If your account is inactive, register again for alerts at http://manhattan.edu/e2campus . If your contact information is incorrect, make the necessary changes.

 If Your Account is Active and Contact Information is Correct

  1. Go to the e2Campus Support Center at  http://www.omnilertsupport.com/helpdesk/
  2. Click “Open New Ticket”.
  3. Complete all fields and click “Submit”.
  4. You can also contact e2Campus customer support at 800-256-9264.
In the event e2Campus customer service fails to resolve your problem, contact Peter DeCaro, Associate Director of Public Safety at peter.decaro@manhattan.edu for additional assistance.  
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