SUNO Emergency Text Alert System

SUNO Emergency Text Alert System

Students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to register for SUNO emergency notification system. It is the safest way to ensure that you receive critical university notifications on safety issues, school closings and weather alerts. The system sends messages to all registered text-message capable phones, PDAs and e-mail addresses to alert registrants of information critical to their safety and well-being.

To Sign Up for an account, select the link below and complete the registration form. Please note that depending on your wireless service agreement, a nominal charge may be incurred for receiving text messages.
After joining SUNO Alert System, you must complete your registration by:
  • Check your email account for verification email, and click on the link provided
  • Add your telephone number, then click “save”
  • Click on the ”Join a group” tab at the top of the page
  • Click “Request membership”
Once those steps are complete you will receive a welcome email. Then you’re done!
Thank you for registering for Southern University at New Orleans Emergency Text Alert System.

To unsubscribe from receiving any alerts either reply "STOP" to any text message received or click the unsubscribe link in any email received.

DID YOU KNOW?

The late Dr. Louis Westerfield, J.D. ('71) was the first African-American dean of both the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and the University of Mississippi School of Law.