Office of Police & Public Safety
Mobile Alert System
We are pleased to inform you that Morgan State University has a state-of-the-art notification system for its community that is capable of sending messages instantly and simultaneously to all registered text-message capable mobile phones, Blackberrys, wireless PDAs, pagers, smart or satellite phones, and e-mail addresses. The service will also post these messages on the university’s Web site. Additionally, the messages will “pop up” on the computer screen for anyone using Google, Yahoo or AOL as their home page.
Students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to register— it only takes a minute. This will be the surest way for you to receive notifications critical to your safety and well being, as well as other campus information you may want to opt-in to receive.
Simply click on the link below, which will take you directly to the sign-up form. Have your cell phone with you and on. The opt-in list of groups now includes (1) public safety/ crime alerts; (2) campus closings; and (3) severe/ dangerous weather alerts. These groups will increase over time, and will always be available for you to update your personal e2Campus account. Announcements will be made when additional groups are available. (NOTE: Depending on your wireless service agreement a nominal charge may be incurred for receiving text messages)
Once you complete the validation part of registering your mobile phone, the next page will say, “You have successfully signed up.” You will see a “log in” button for your new account. To complete your registration, you must open your account and enter your email address, then click the ADD EMAIL button. You will instantly be emailed a verification email. You must open this email and click on the validation link. Then you’re all done!
Click on the link below to see where your personal account access is located. You may register two email addresses and two devices. It’s very easy to do.
Thank you for registering for Morgan State University's campus emergency notification system. If you have questions, please contact the Campus Police @ 443-885-3100.
Please note: Morgan State University does not warrant the successful delivery of each message to each individual recipient. The service depends on the individual e-mail systems, cellular and mobile phone carriers to deliver SMS & e-mail messages to each recipient. There may be a charge by your cell phone provider to receive SMS messages.
Lance Hatcher, Chief
Morgan State University
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251