Emergency Notification System
Text message alert system
As part of ongoing efforts to ensure the
safety of the campus community, Salisbury University has
implemented an emergency notification system that sends text and
voice messages in the event of an emergency.
Students, faculty and staff must register
to receive the emergency alerts. More than 95 percent of
incoming freshmen have already signed up.
"This system greatly enhances our ability
to alert the campus community of dangerous events in real time,"
said Edwin Lashley, chief of university police. "A quick
notification will help keep the campus community out of harm's
To register, faculty, staff and students
with GullNet access should:
here if you do not have GullNet access)
Log on to GullNet at
(click the Logon button at the top left and then enter your
Salisbury University email/ network username and password.)
Click "Emergency Notification System"
(a blue link on the left-hand side)
Select “I choose to have voice or text phone
notification of an emergency alert.”
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
* * *
Faculty and staff without GullNet access
may download and print a registration form from the Help Desk
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 system's accuracy.
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.