Loyola Alert is an emergency messaging service that provides personalized, time-sensitive alerts to students, faculty, staff and other personnel in the event of unforeseen events or potentially life-threatening emergencies at the lakeside campuses. Loyola Alert will immediately send messages to registered participants via the following communication channels:
- Text messages to cell phones
- Voice messages to land lines and cell phones
- Written messages to personal e-mail accounts
Registration is required to receive Loyola Alert emergency communications. Loyola Alert messages are supplementary to the University’s emergency communications that are sent to all Loyola e-mail addresses and made available at LUC.edu.
Examples of emergencies in which Loyola Alert may be activated include, but are not limited to: barricade/hostage situations; widespread and threatening weather conditions; national civil emergencies; terrorist, active shooter, or other violent acts; and health emergencies as ordered by public health authorities.
For more information, please review the Frequently Asked Questions.
Loyola is currently working with a third-party vendor, Blackboard Inc., and its product, Blackboard Connect, to provide Loyola Alert.