With e2Campus, UNO uses text message capabilities to reach a broader area than other methods permit. You can also elect to receive an email of the emergency message.
These messages are sent in cases of emergencies on campus and for notifications of any weather-related closures or delays.
This service is free to the UNO community. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to sign up.
Visit our Emergency Notifications page to get started.
Additional Emergency Notifications
A number of resources are available for distributing and receiving critical information and instructions during an emergency.
In the event of a major emergency affecting the UNO campus, the administration may use one or more of the following means to communicate with the university community:
- All-campus email
e2Campus text message and email alerts
Emergency banner on the UNO homepage
- Overhead pages and indicator lights on campus
Emergency information line (402.554.2255)
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