Preparedness and planning

Emergency call boxes - Emergency phones marked with a bright blue light are located in parking lots and high traffic areas on all ASU campuses. Instructions on how to use call boxes are on the boxes or, for more information, see the ASU Police manual.

ASU Police department is a major responder to all ASU emergencies. In addition, Environmental Health and Safety will support the ASU Police for emergencies involving hazardous materials, radioactive materials, biological spills, evacuations and fires.

The emergency guide provides information on personal threat, assault, or civil disturbance guidelines.

Stay connected with:

Information regarding a major emergency at ASU will be available on the ASU homepage and through the ASU Emergency Information phone line toll-free 1-877-278-2785.

Members of the media inquiring about ASU should email日本一本道a不卡免费 the Office of Media Relations and Strategic Communications at 480-965-3502.

Faculty and staff

Students

Military activation

Students who have been activated for military duty should contact the Veterans Services section of the Registrar’s Office at 480-965-7723.

University resources

Other resources

  •  - offers general safety preparedness information for the entire state of Arizona.

  •  - a Federal Emergency Management Agency initiative that educates citizens to become citizen-responders following a disaster.

  • 日本一本道a不卡免费 - Federal agency charged with building and supporting the nation’s emergency management system.

  • - a guide for citizen preparedness; information for individual, family, and community preparedness for all types of emergencies.

  • - encourages and supports the dissemination of hazard, disaster, and emergency management information at colleges and universities.

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