B-CU Emergency Management
In support of the University’s mission, the Office of Emergency Management aims to prevent the loss of life and property by preparing for, militating against, responding to, and recovering from significantly challenging events that negatively impact the well-being of students, faculty, staff and the University’s Legacy or the continuity of operations.
To create a culture of emergency preparedness and response across the campus community through education, training, and technology.
The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is responsible for developing and maintaining a comprehensive, all-hazards emergency management plan to protect students, faculty and staff, visitors and university infrastructure.
The department prepares adequate plans and procedures to prepare for, mitigate against, respond to, and recover from large scale crises or disasters. Our efforts protect life, enhance the campus living, learning and working environment. In addition, we seek to resume normal operations as quickly as possible following any major disaster or large scale emergency. The department offers annual training exercises, safety drills and campus, and community outreach. The department aims to effectively communicate to the campus community in emergent situations through the university’s mass notification system (E2 Campus) and the Wildcat Safe Application.
Emergency Notification Enrollment
In an ongoing effort to better disseminate information during campus emergencies, B-CU has implemented the Emergency Notification System. The alert system will only send information regarding emergency conditions, including weather cancellations and delays. No advertising or non-emergency messages will be sent. To receive these emergency messages, you must be registered.
Wildcat SAFE Text Alerts (Two ways to sign up!)
TEXT COOKMAN to 237233
**Upon successfully enrolling, you will receive a confirmation text message.
Enter your mobile number below. Please be sure to include your area code.
Once you have entered your mobile number, click the signup button to the right. Upon successfully enrolling, you should then receive a green success notification to advise:
"Thank you! You've been signed up."
- Text STOP to cancel
- Standard message and data rates may apply
The alerts are delivered via the following methods:
- Mobile Phone (as text messages)
- Push Notifications
- Email (University-Wide Email System (Internal Only))
- Text Pager
Wildcat SAFE App Download
- Go to your App Store or Google Play Store
- Find your Search Button/Bar
- Search for Wildcat SAFE
- When the App comes up press "Get" for iPhone or "Install" for Android
Once the App has downloaded open it and select "OK" for Notifications.