If this is an immediate emergency, please dial 911 for assistance.

For mental health crises, please call 805-437-2088 to speak with a clinician immediately or visit the CAPS website for additional mental health resources.

Emergency Information at CSUCI is a collaborative effort between the University's Police Department and Communication & Public Relations to keep the campus community informed during emergencies. In the event of an actual emergency or dangerous incident on campus, the University will notify the campus using a variety of communication tools.

These tools include announcements over campus loudspeakers, emails, calls, and text messages sent through the CSUCI Alert system, the University’s social media channels (Instagram, Facebook and X), shared on our Emergency Information Hotline at 805-437-3911, our News Center, and banners found at the top of our website.

Campus Contact

All CSUCI students, faculty and staff are automatically enrolled to receive campus emails through the CSUCI Alert system. However, to receive more timely notifications, we strongly encourage you to opt-in your mobile number for calls and text messaging. Plus, you may enroll up to three (3) additional mobile numbers to receive calls and text messages for parents, siblings, or friends. You may also enroll up to three (3) other email accounts.

There is no charge to subscribe to the CSUCI Alert notifications, but call and text messaging fees from cell phone service providers may apply.

Students, faculty and staff may verify or update their CSUCI Alert contact information via myCI, click on your profile name, and select "Alert Settings." If the information shown is incorrect, please update and click "Save" at the bottom of the page before exiting.

To learn more about the CSUCI Alert system, review a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

Stay Connected

Students, Faculty and Staff

Update your contact information in myCI so that you can be informed about alerts on campus.

Edit your CSUCI Alert information

University Glen and Anacapa Canyon residents, Town Center tenants, and campus contractors

Residents, tenants, and contractors may opt-in for CSUCI Alerts by clicking the blue button below and providing email(s) and/or mobile device number(s). Please make sure to check the box for SMS/Text to enable timely text messages to be sent to a mobile device. Click 'Save' after all updates and before exiting the page.

University Glen Notifications

Current Alerts

Alerts may appear here that pertain to the current academic semester. Previous alerts are available on our Past Bulletins & Alerts webpage.

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