Register for ENS alerts, download campus safety app

The University’s emergency notification system sends alerts by email, phone, and text message to members of the UL Lafayette community in situations where an immediate threat is evident.

For more information on the ENS system and to sign up for alerts, visit the Office of Environmental Health and Safety’s website.

The University also offers a free mobile app that serves as a virtual safety network of friends, family, and campus security. Learn more about the Rave Guardian Campus Safety app on the University Police Department’s website.

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Emergency Notification 10/16/14 Update

The suspicious device in Girard Park was determined not to be a threat and the area is clear.

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Emergency Notification 10/16/14

A suspicious device was found in Girard Park. Please stay away from the area. Additional instructions may follow.

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Emergency Notification System test message

This is a test of the UL Lafayette Emergency Notification System. This is only a test.

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University, local officials effectively respond to bomb threat

After assessing the events of last Wednesday’s pair of bomb threats, UL Lafayette officials determined that communications, evacuations and street closures were timely and effective, while they also look at ways to improve for the future. http://www.louisiana.edu/news-events/news/20140722/university-local-officials-effectively-respond-bomb-threat

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Register for ENS alerts, download campus safety app

The University’s emergency notification system sends alerts by email, phone, and text message to members of the UL Lafayette community in situations where an immediate threat is evident.

For more information on the ENS system and to sign up for alerts, visit the Office of Environmental Health and Safety’s website.

The University also offers a free mobile app that serves as a virtual safety network of friends, family, and campus security. Learn more about the Rave Guardian Campus Safety app on the University Police Department’s website.

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University reopens campus

The University has opened on-campus residences. Classes remain canceled for tonight, July 16. The University is fully open Thursday, July 17.

Other services open tonight: Guillory Dining Hall 5:30-7:30 p.m., Dupre Library 5-8 p.m., and Bourgeois Hall 4 -8 p.m., with a night shuttle running to and from main campus.

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