Back-to-Campus: Be Healthy and thinkSAFE

Our priority toward campus well-being starts with advertising of the many services our own Police Department and Safety and Risk Management office provides; in addition, many of our own staff are representatives, advocates or participants with other programs across campus.

Semester Test for UTC-ALERT (Jan. 9th)

A full test of all notification methods, plus a new method, of the UTC-ALERT system will be conducted on January 9th, 2019.

Weather Auto Safety Tips

Winter weather in the southeast United States can bring a myriad of troubles for drivers. Hazards, such as ice on roadways, snow, freezing rain or even dense fog, can complicate your travel. Follow these safety tips from the staff of UTC Emergency Services. Know the weather forecast by checking the National Weather Service at gov/mrx/ Have your vehicle inspected for battery life (cold cranking amps), brakes, tire treads, antifreeze,

Winter Storm Safety Tips

Should an inclement weather closure, UTC Emergency Services has plans to react appropriately based on the severity of the winter storm, but there are several simple measures students and faculty can do to prepare for such an occurrence…

Campus Safety Update (Fall 2019)

As our Chancellor Dr. Steven Angle and the Emergency Services team promised, steps have been taken to improve our emergency management plan. The update includes our updated lock-down procedure, communication/UTC-ALERT, campus trainings, and TEMA evaluation.