Being a commuter student, there may be times when you are
driving home late at night or walking by yourself when it’s
dark outside. Whatever the case is, we want you to be aware
of where you can get help in case of an emergency. The
following links will provide you with some useful
information and tips on how to be prepared no matter what
situation you may encounter.
Pandemic Flu Information
Campus Safety Initiative
Rape Aggression Defense Training
Emergency Notification System
now to receive emergency notifications via text messaging
and voicemail by following these easy steps!
- Log on to GullNet
www.salisbury.edu/gullnet (click the Logon
button at the top left and then enter your GullNet
username and password.)
Note: This password is separate from your regular
network password and may be different. Click "Forgot My
Password" if you cannot remember your GullNet password.
- Once logged on, click "SU Custom"
- Click "Emergency Notification System"
- Click "Use"
- Click "Emergency Notification"
- Select place of residence
- Enter your cell phone number (10
digits, no dashes)
*Students with no cell phone may choose to provide a
land line phone number
- Enter cellular carrier (e.g.
Verizon, AT&T, etc.)
- Select preferred message type - text
(recommended) or voice
- Click "Save"
Faculty and staff without GullNet access may download and
print a registration form from the Help Desk Web site
registration information will also be broadcast campus wide
on Channel 23 beginning Thursday, August 23.
The form, or GullNet, may also be used to update contact
information or cancel service at any time. Students, faculty
and staff are highly encouraged to sign up for this service
and should keep contact information current to maintain the
The purpose of the emergency notification system is to
provide the campus community with quick information during
an emergency. Home telephones outside the local area should
not be registered.