Have you updated your account in UNLV's Emergency Notification System (ENS)?
UNLV police services has an emergency text messaging service that allows faculty, staff, and students to be informed in the event of an urgent on-campus situation such as a threat to campus safety, severe weather, power outage, or other disruption to campus operations. It provides two-way, on-demand emergency messaging to the recipient's most up-to-date contact information. From email to voicemail, alerts are transmitted to the communication device of each recipient's choice.
How can you register? The service is free to all members of the campus community and formal registration in the system is not required. All faculty, staff, and students at UNLV automatically are registered for the emergency notification system (ENS) through their UNLV email account.
How can you add text messaging or updates to your account? You can sign up for the additional voice and text messaging services provided by the ENS or update your information online.
Who do you contact if you have additional questions or wish to "opt out" of the system? - All questions and requests regarding the ENS should be directed to Assistant Chief Sandy Seda of the UNLV department of police services.