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B-Alert

This is a test of the Binghamton University Emergency Alert system. If a real emergency were to occur, students, faculty and staff would receive critical information through a variety of official sources and by visiting binghamton.edu/alert/.

  1. B-Alert text/email messages
    Text and e-mail messages would be sent out to all students, faculty and staff with information regarding the emergency. If you are not signed up for the B-Alert Emergency Alert System, follow this link to register: binghamton.edu/registrar/students/rave.html
  2. Binghamton University Website
    The University homepage (binghamton.edu) will contain important information regarding critical incidents. All current alerts are posted to binghamton.edu/alert.
  3. Outdoor Emergency Siren
    This public address speaker/siren is designed to warn only individuals who are outdoors on the Vestal campus; it is not intended to be heard by people inside buildings on campus. The alert tone may or may not be followed by voice instructions. Regardless, if you can comprehend the voice instructions, the default action anytime the siren is sounded is to take shelter in the nearest building and seek further information.
  4. BU Alert Line at 607-777-7700
    Calling this number leads to a recorded message with updated information regarding all emergency incidents and weather-related information for the Binghamton University campus.
  5. Social Media
    Students, staff and faculty can learn the latest emergency information by following the University on social media.
    Facebook: facebook.com/binghamtonu
    Twitter: twitter.com/binghamtonu
    Instagram: instagram.com/binghamtonu/
  6. Electronic LED message boards and TV screens
    The University manages a series of electronic message boards and TV screens throughout campus. Common locations for these types of signs include the entrances to campus. These boards may be quickly ‘captured’ and programmed to display emergency messages whenever necessary.

Subscribe to B-Alert, the campus emergency notification system.


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Last Updated: 5/29/18