MacEwan Alert: What it is and how to sign up
MacEwan Alert is a mass notification system that will notify students and employees of any incidents and actions that may need to be taken in the event of a campus emergency. Emergency incidents may include anything from severe weather and building closures, to violent incidents and other threats to the safety of the campus community.
Alerts are automatically sent to all university email accounts. They can also be sent via text message to those who sign up.
Students and employees can add or update their mobile phone numbers by visiting myPortal.MacEwan.ca and following the directions on the landing page. These instructions may also be accessed by visiting MacEwan.ca/MacEwanAlert. Ensure that you select Phone Type “MOBILE” when you enter your phone number information. That’s it. You don’t need to download anything or install an app. Adding your mobile number to the system means that you will automatically receive a text message if there is an emergency on campus, or when the system is tested annually.
Thank you for helping to keep the university a safe place to study and work.
For more information about safety on campus, visit Security and Safety on MacEwan.ca.
This article was prepared by the Office of Emergency Management. Visit and bookmark the Health, Safety and Environment Google site: MacEwan.ca/HSE.