Stay Informed

Things to Remember

Many communication methods wil be used depending on the nature of the emergency. Information will always be available on the UD home page [www.udel.edu], UDaily and this page.

Methods of communication may include:

On Campus

  • UD home page
  • UDaily
  • Broadcast e-mail
  • Broadcast voice-mail to campus telephones
  • Broadcast text messages
  • UDTV-2 (Campus cable)
  • Word of mouth through informed UD personnel
  • Official fliers and posters around the campus
  • Channel 2 in class rooms and on the campus cable system
  • TVs located in the Student Centers
  • Variable Message boards at the Bob Carpenter Center
  • 831-2000 main line
  • WVUD 91.3, UD's radio station

Off Campus

  • The Wilmington News Journal
  • City of Newark Post
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    Emergency Alert System radio stations

    WVUD-FM 91.3FM
    WDEL-AM 1150AM
    WILM-AM 1450AM
    WSTW-FM 93.7FM
    WJBR-FM 99.5FM & 1290AM

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    How can UD Alert help you? UD Alert is the text, voice and email emergency messaging tool that the University will use to notify you of an emergency. Sign up today through UDSIS or Employee Demographic Data webform.

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