Boxer Alerts Test Scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 4
In the event of a change in university operations due to weather, including delays or closures, information will be provided via Boxer Alerts. The next test of the system will be on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Please subscribe if you have not already done so.
Your safety and security are of utmost importance to Pacific University. The best and most effective method for all students, faculty and staff to receive information during an emergency, as well as information about location closures or delayed openings due to inclement weather, is through the Boxer Alerts notification system.
With winter weather continuing, there is always the possibility that snowfall or icy conditions might impact one or more of our campuses, clinics and site hours, our schedules and our commutes.
To ensure reliability of the system, the university periodically conducts tests. The next test is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 12:15 p.m.
At that time, all registered users at all locations (Forest Grove, Hillsboro, Eugene, Portland) will receive a Boxer Alert message on their mobile phones and email accounts indicating a test of the system. The message will read: “TEST of Boxer Alert system. This is only a test.”
If you are not registered for this important service, you are strongly encouraged to do so. If you have already done so and your mobile phone number and/or personal email address have changed, please log into the system and update them.
Your contact information is not shared with any third parties.
Register or login to verify the system has your current mobile phone numbers and email addresses here.
When subscribing, please be sure to identify yourself within the appropriate group. For example, if you are a student at the Forest Grove Campus, please ensure you have chosen that group upon sign-up. If you also visit other campuses, and would like to receive information that only goes to that location, please select that group as well.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact University Information Services for assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions about Boxer Alerts.
Thank you for your attention to this important matter.
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