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Change To Emergency Notification System

Published: February 2, 2015

In an emergency, text messages are the quickest and most reliable way the university can communicate critical information and instruction to individuals. On Saturday, Feb. 7, mobile numbers currently registered in MyCSULB will be automatically enrolled to receive Emergency Alert Text Messages.

You are highly encouraged to log into your MyCSULB account to confirm your correct mobile number is listed, correct or needs to be added. If you do not provide a mobile number, you will not receive Emergency Alert Text Messages during a campus emergency.

If you have not previously enrolled to receive Emergency Alert Text Messages, you will receive the following confirmation message on Feb. 7 notifying you that you are now enrolled to receive these emergency notification messages from CSULB:

CSULB BEACH ALERT: You are subscribed to receive text alerts. Reply HELP for help, STOP CSULB to cancel. Msg & data rates may apply.

You are highly encouraged not to STOP/Opt-Out when you receive this message. If you do, you will NOT receive emergency notification text messages during an emergency.

For more information, detailed instructions and answers to frequently asked questions, visit CSULB BeachALERT Emergency Notification System.