As of March 27th, the Public Safety business office in the University Services building has closed as of March 27th.
As of Monday, April 1, the DPS office has opened in their new space in the 1313 Columbia Building (CLMB), room 002.
Omnilert (formerly e2Campus) is a text messaging and email service that allows Seattle University to send emergency information instantly to students, faculty, staff, and community members who register.
Seattle University utilizes Omnilert to send time-sensitive emergency communication to students, faculty, staff, and community members who opt-in. By employing a variety of electronic communication tools, such as text messaging, email and RSS feeds, emergency messages can be sent simultaneously to registered campus community members via cell phone, home phone, and internet-connected devices.
Seattle University's Department of Public Safety uses Omnilert to provide official notification of any emergency situation that poses an imminent physical threat to the community. Omnilert may also be used to distribute important non-emergency information such as unexpected campus interruptions or closures.
All information you provide to the site is private and will not be shared. Registration is free; however your cell phone carrier may charge standard text messaging fees.
Please have your cell phone ready, registration takes just a few minutes.