Oct. 8, 2019
To All Members of the Carleton Community,
Today, a test of the Emergency Notification System (ENS) was conducted and it is now complete. The purpose of today’s exercise was to send an initial test, followed shortly by another message – to determine how the system responds to messages being sent within a short period of time.
The campus computer screen messages and email messages to all Carleton addresses were distributed.
Technical issues, however, were identified with the Carleton Mobile app, resulting in some people getting several notifications. We continue to work with the app developer to address the issue.
Carleton community members can download the Carleton ENS client for personal Mac or Windows computers which are not using the standard campus image. Visit the Emergency Management website for detailed instructions.
For more information about Carleton’s emergency procedures, visit the Emergency Management website.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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