Emergency Notification System

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers an emergency messaging system available to students, faculty, and staff as part of its continual emergency preparedness planning. The program can send a text, email, or voice message to all enrolled cellphones and email accounts in the event of an emergency at the university. All students, faculty, and staff are automatically enrolled in this system. The system is used during an emergency or unexpected closing of the university. You will receive test messages on a regular basis to ensure that the service is working as expected.

Jose A. Elique

"Our department believes that education is the first step to prevention... My commitment is to provide a professional police department staffed and equipped to serve the community."

Updating Your Contact Information

Police Services strongly encourages you to review your contact information each semester to ensure that emergency alerts are sent to the correct locations.

  • Current UNLV students
    1. Log into your MyUNLV account and visit the Student Center page.
    2. Once on the Student Center page, you can review your email address(es) and phone number(s) via the drop-down menu in the Personal Information section.
  • Current UNLV Faculty and Staff
    1. Log into your EQUUS account and visit the Update Contact Info button beneath the Quick Links section of the EQUUS home page.
    2. Once on the Contact Info page, click on Office Information to make changes to your cellphone number. To add a home landline telephone number for voice messaging alerts, click on Address Information from the Contact Info page.
  • Campus Community Members
    • Are you a member of the UNLV community (e.g. campus vendor, Aramark employee, visiting professor or student, etc.) without a MyUNLV or EQUUS account and would like to register your contact information in the ENS? Click on the Campus Community Members button to submit your contact information to Police Services for review and verification.

Opting Out of the System

Please note: The Emergency Notification System relies on your cellphone carrier to transmit these emergency messages to you, therefore your receipt of these messages cannot be expressly guaranteed.