Emergency Management

This website is designed to give members of the University community a ready-reference on how to respond in case of an emergency situation on or near the campus. Campus safety and emergency preparedness is a responsibility we all share. All of us play a critical role in keeping students, faculty, staff, and our guests safe on campus. Here’s how you can do your part:

NU Alert. NU Alert is the best and quickest way to get information during an emergency. Emergency situations develop and change very quickly. NU Alert keeps you informed as the situation changes. Keep your contact information current on myNEU to receive messaging.

Plan ahead. The time to think about what you would do in an emergency is now. Please take a few minutes to read through these procedures and consider how you would respond.

If you see something, say something. Reporting crimes, suspicious behavior, and safety concerns to NUPD helps keep us all safe. Program (617) 373-3333 into your cell phone and don’t hesitate to make a report.

Always carry your Husky Card. In an emergency, you may find yourself locked out of your building or area as some doors may lock to keep out intruders. Carrying your Husky Card will ensure you can move about if necessary should doors be locked.

This guidebook was designed to give members of the University community a ready-reference on how to respond in case of an emergency situation on or near the campus. Campus safety and emergency preparedness is a responsibility we all share. All of us play a critical role in keeping students, faculty, staff, and our guests safe on campus. Here’s how you can do your part:

NU Alert. NU Alert is the best and quickest way to get information during an emergency. Emergency situations develop and change very quickly. NU Alert keeps you informed as the situation changes. Keep your contact information current on myNEU to receive messaging.

Plan ahead. The time to think about what you would do in an emergency is now. Please take a few minutes to read through these procedures and consider how you would respond.

If you see something, say something. Reporting crimes, suspicious behavior, and safety concerns to NUPD helps keep us all safe. Program (617) 373-3333 into your cell phone and don’t hesitate to make a report.

Always carry your Husky Card. In an emergency, you may find yourself locked out of your building or area as some doors may lock to keep out intruders. Carrying your Husky Card will ensure you can move about if necessary should doors be locked.