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Minnesota State College Southeast
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Student Handbook - Section G: Emergencies and Safety

Emergency Warning System

Blackboard Connect Emergency Notification System

When an emergency happens, it is vital that you get the information you need as quickly as possible. With the Blackboard Connect Emergency Notification System, you can get emergency information delivered immediately by text message and email. You will get information and instructions the moment they become available. Students will only receive a message in the event of an emergency or campus closure, including closures due to weather. To receive alerts, your phone or mobile device must be able to receive text communications. Messages are free, but your provider may charge a fee for text messaging (see your carrier's contract for details). MSC Southeast students, faculty, and staff are automatically signed up for Blackboard Connect. For more information, see: www.southeastmn.edu/StarAlert


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