Loyola University Chicago

Campus Safety

September 14, 2011

Announcement: Loyola Alert Test on September 21

Loyola Community,

The Department of Campus Safety will conduct a test for those who have registered for the Loyola Alert system on Wednesday, September 21.

Those who have registered for Loyola Alert can expect to receive a phone call, text message, and/or an e-mail, depending on what they have personally signed up for.

If you are already registered, please visit LUC.edu/alert to verify that your information is correct. If you haven’t already registered, please do.

We strongly encourage everyone to register. We will ONLY use this system for critical emergencies, including:

  • Barricade/hostage incidents
  • Severe and threatening weather incidents
  • National civil emergencies
  • Terrorist or other violent acts
  • Health emergencies as ordered by public health authorities

Anyone who believes they are signed up for Loyola Alert, but does not receive any or all of the delivery methods they signed up for after the test, should first go to LUC.edu/alert and verify that their information is correct. If the information is correct and they did not receive communication, they should send an e-mail to asksafety@luc.edu so that the Department of Campus Safety can look into it. If you experience a delay in receiving the messages, please notify asksafety@luc.edu as well.

For more information, please review the FAQ by clicking here or contact Robert Fine, director of campus safety, at rfine@luc.edu or 773.508.2398.


Thomas M. Kelly
Sr. VP for Administrative Services & Chief Human Resources Officer