If you are a Seattle University student, faculty or staff you can sign-up online.
Yes. Login to e2Campus and click on the "Services" link at the top of the page to change your account settings.
Your account will expire in the Fall of each year. If you would like to be removed prior to that time, please contact SU PS Crime Prevention with your request.
No. Our text messaging provider enforces a ZERO SPAM policy which clearly prohibits unsolicited messages. Further our text messaging provider does not sell or share the contact information of our subscribers to third party marketers.
NO. Your mobile phone plan will need to accept text messages to work properly.
Maybe. Depending on your wireless carrier provider and the plan you have, you may be charged a nominal fee (i.e approximately 10 or 15 cents) to receive SMS text messages. If you have an unlimited text messaging plan, there would be no additional charge.
As part of the registration process, you will be sent a text message with a 4-digit validation code. Other than an occasional test message, you will not receive a message unless it is an extreme emergency.
Comply with the instructions provided and spread the word.
You should contact DMS@seattleu.edu, or call 206.296.5996. We will investigate the cause.
Try to login to e2Campus to determine if you've already signed up. IF you've forgotten your password, use the "Forgot password?" link beneath the login form to retrieve it.
You will only receive a 4-digit code which is always located at the bottom of the text message. The 4-digit code is always labeled as "CODE". You will need to completely scroll to the end of the text message.
Contact your cellular service provider to obtain information with regard to email limitations.
Login to e2Campus and click on the "Services" link at the top of the page to change your account settings.
You will receive this message if you have requested the validation code multiple times. You should only request the code once from e2Campus.
No. Users of the Message Me system can have up to two cell phones numbers registered. So if you wanted a spouse or parent to get emergency notifications, for example, you could register their cell phone in addition to yours.
Contact your cellular service provider to obtain text messaging information.
If you have questions or need information, contact us at 206.296.5996 from any campus phone or 206.296.5996 or DRM@seattleu.edu.