When William Paterson University of New Jersey made the switch to the Rave mass notification system, it was about protecting everyone on campus, including temporary visitors through the SMS Opt-In feature.
After a teacher's assistant was shot on campus at Purdue University, student and staff devices across campus lit up as the active shooter alert message went out from Campus Safety.
When a student was reported to have a firearm in a dorm room at the University of South Florida, the University Police were able to intervene before anyone was hurt thanks to an anonymous tip submitted by a student.
University of South Florida Keeps More Than 66,000 Community Members Safe During Severe Weather Through Rave Alert
South Florida weather can be deadly. Hurricanes and tornadoes generally strike between June–November, while major thunderstorms and lightning occur from the spring to the fall.
Along with campus safety personnel, higher education institutions have implemented comprehensive safety systems, including emergency call boxes, self-defense workshops, alcohol/drug awareness classes and mobile safety apps.
The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Public Safety has invested in a range of initiatives to protect students, faculty, staff and visitors.
The University of Central Florida selected Rave Alert as its mass notification system. Rave Alert email and text notifications are sent to students, faculty, employees and other non-UCF entities working on campus.
Game day at Spectrum Stadium is packed every weekend with students and fans flocking to the Orlando campus of the University of Central Florida (UCF). Learn how UCF keeps everyone at the game safe.
Ensuring an entire campus community is safe, informed and engaged is a complex undertaking for colleges and universities. Learn how Syracuse uses Rave to address these issues.
For a 48-hour period throughout Superstorm Sandy, the Stony Brook Medicine hospital experienced a campus-wide network outage. Several emergency issues transpired, including a gunpoint robbery, and essential hospital staff needed to be communicated with.