Enroll today to receive emergency notifications:

 

  1. After clicking the Sign Up Online link above, click the Register button on the top right corner.
  2. Follow the instructions on your screen to create an account.

NOTE: This is a free service provided by Montana State University Billings however, normal text message fees from your carrier may apply. To receive text messages, your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities. For security reasons and Clery compliance, students and employees are automatically enrolled and cannot opt-out of receiving emergency notifications.


MSUB Public Safety Advisory (Public Safety Advisory Color = Green)

A Public Safety Advisory will be issued when there is a danger affecting the safety and welfare of campus community members.

A Public Safety Advisory will be sent via email, text message, MSUB Facebook and Twitter accounts, and will show up on MSUB’s website as a green horizontal band describing the nature of the issue. A text message will be sent to the mobile number and/or your email address in Banner (MSUB students and employees) or enter in the Emergency Notification System (as a community member).


MSUB Timely Warning (Warning color = Yellow)

A Timely Warning is issued when there is a serious threat of a crime—or a crime occurring or that could be repeated--so that campus community members can protect themselves from harm, in compliance with the federal Clery Act.

Timely Warnings will be sent via email, text message, MSUB Facebook and Twitter accounts, and will show up on MSUB’s website as a yellow horizontal band describing the nature of the issue. A text message will be sent to the mobile number and/or your email address you specify in Banner (MSUB students and employees) or enter in the Emergency Notification System (as a community member).


MSUB Emergency Notification (Notification color = Red)

An Emergency Notification will be issued immediately upon confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation occurring on campus that involves an immediate threat to the health or safety of campus community members. An “immediate” threat is defined as an imminent or impending threat, such as an approaching forest fire, or a fire currently raging in one of your buildings.

An Emergency Notification will be sent via carillon, campus phones, email, text message, MSUB Facebook and Twitter accounts, and will show up on MSUB’s website as a red horizontal band describing the nature of the issue. A text message will be sent to the mobile number and/or your email address you specify in Banner (MSUB students and employees) or enter in the Emergency Notification System (as a community member).