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New Initiative Makes Downloading Safety Resources Easier
The Divisions of Campus Safety and Emergency Services and Enrollment and the Student Experience are piloting a new initiative to make storing all relevant campus safety information on student cell phones easier. Starting this month, students can use KeynectUp’s service to download emergency and support service campus contacts directly to their cell phones. This information will be in the form of contact cards; the numbers will get stored directly into the students’ cell phone address books.
There are two contact cards available, one with safety and emergency numbers and the other with support services, including the Counseling Center, Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team, Title IX and Student Assistance. Phone numbers, email addresses, websites and detailed descriptions about these services are all present in the contact card. Students can text “SUSafe” to 444-999 to get both contact cards added to their phones.
To download these contact cards, students should:
1. Text “SUSafe” to 444-999. You’ll receive a text with a download link shorty after.
2. Click the download link in your texting application. You will now be brought to a KeynectUp webpage with a link to the contact card.
3. Click “download card” or “open in contacts” on the KeynectUp webpage. The contact card will now be brought to your contact book.
4. Click “save” or “open in contacts” on the webpage. That’s it, you’re done!
If students have any problems with downloading the card, they can reach out to KeynectUp directly via text or phone call at 603.531.3211 or by email at email@example.com.
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