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    Don't forget to register or update your contact info on PacificCONNECT

    Aug 24, 2016

    Have you signed up for PacificCONNECT?
    If you have registered, have you checked to be sure your contact information is current?PacificCONNECT emergency notification system

    PacificCONNECT is the University's official emergency communication system that permits the Pacific Alert Team (PAT) to notify faculty, staff and students about campus emergencies via voice messages, emails, and text messages. This service enables the University to keep you informed in an emergency situation and send you instructions on what you need to do to stay safe.

    All employee Pacific.edu e-mails are already signed up for the system, but you can do more to make sure you receive messages when you are not checking e-mail. Registering additional contact information, such as your home and work numbers, your cell phone, text number, personal e-mail addresses, etc., will ensure that you receive timely notifications.

    To register your contact information on PacificCONNECT, you will need to complete the following:
    1.      Log in to InsidePacific (http://InsidePacific.Pacific.edu) with your PacificNet ID and Password 
    3.      Select the Administrative Tab
    4.      Find the PacificCONNECT channel.
    5.      Select "Update your profile for Emergency Notifications."
    6.      Enter in the contact information you prefer for notification.
    7.      Press "Save"

    This system will only be used to contact you in EMERGENCY situations such as severe weather alerts, building or campus concerns or life safety issues. In addition, the system is tested once each year. The contact information you register will be kept confidential and will only be used in the event of an emergency and is used only for PacificCONNECT.

    If you have further questions or need more information, visit the PacificCONNECT web page, or contact the Office of Public Safety at 209.946.2537.

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