Alabama A&M University places the security and safety of its students, employees, and visitors as its highest priority. To keep you informed the University has implemented the myBulldog Alert multi-platform notification system. The system can notify you via telephone, cell phone, text message (SMS) to a mobile device, or by email of emergencies, severe weather notifications, and other important announcements.
- Emergency Alerts - Receive urgent notifications in the event of an emergency on all of your devices.
- Outreach Alerts - Receive important, non-emergency, outreach messages about the community.
- Student Account Services - Receive notifications regarding refunds, payroll, student accounts, financial matters related to registration and enrollment.
- ITS Alerts - Receive Information Technology Services (ITS) notifications on planned outages, maintenance, downtime, etc.
- ...and more!
SUBSCRIBE TO BULLDOG EMERGENCY ALERTS
By default, all faculty, staff and students are automatically enrolled to receive emergency alerts based on your AAMU email and primary number provided in Self-Service Banner. The Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110 315) requires institutions to inform their respective campuses of conditions posing a threat to life, safety, and security so that members of the community can take necessary precautions to protect themselves.
You will need to maintain this information by logging into Self-Service Banner and updating your personal information.
UPDATING PERSONAL INFORMATION FOR EMERGENCY ALERTS
Students, Faculty and Staff will be able to update their personal information via Self-Service Banner using the steps below:
- Log into Self-Service Banner from the SSO portal
- Select the “Personal Information” tab
- Update address, phone, and email address
See also: more detailed instructions on how to update personal information in SSB.
Your account will be deactivated if you leave the university; that is, if you are no longer an employee or registered student of AAMU. Your subscription may also be ended if it has been determined (after due process) that you have intentionally abused or harmed the system in some way.
For more information, check out these Bulldog Alerts frequently asked questions.
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