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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Security

Emergency Preparedness

Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/security/emergencies/

[PDF] Emergency Preparedness Guide (660 KiB)

Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU) is committed to creating a safe and secure environment for all students, faculty, and staff. The MSU Emergency Preparedness information has been developed to assist the University in meeting this goal. All students and employees are encouraged to regularly review the information provided and become familiar with suggested recommendations concerning disasters or emergencies that may impact the MSU Community.

The recommendations are developed to minimize the negative effects resulting from an emergency. Please read these guidelines thoroughly and become acquainted with its contents. Keep this information visible and accessible for immediate reference. Once you are familiar with the information, you will be better prepared to protect yourself and your co-workers.

In today’s society, we must be more vigilant of surrounding influences that can affect the safety of our community. Medical emergencies, disasters, accidents, injuries, and crime can occur at any time without warning. It is our goal that by working together we can be pro-active to emergencies in a timely manner.

In addition to being aware of the MSU Emergency Preparedness content, it is recommended that you sign up for MSU's Star Alert Emergency Notification System.  In an emergency affecting MSU, Star Alert will send a text message to the cell number you provide and to your MavMail e-mail address. 

For further information about staying safe at MSU check out more of the Security website.  The Security Videos section offers safety videos that discuss topics ranging from what to do if gun shots are fired on campus to everyday safety. 

When incidents occur on campus that may affect your safety, MSU Security releases Personal Safety Alerts. Personal Safety Alerts are posted on the Security website, on posters around campus, and are available by phone on the Personal Safety Hotline (507)389-2594.

If you have any questions about a unique situation that is not covered in these materials or need additional information, contact MSU Security at (507)389-2111.