Emergency Management is a department within the Division of Student Affairs and we focus on coordinating the University's emergency prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, continuity and recovery efforts. We are a small team, but support a wide range of initiatives, planning, training & exercises and outreach activities. View our contact information to learn more about us.
Throughout the Spring 2019 semester, the University Police Department and Emergency Management are offering a number of one-hour training sessions on Active Shooter/Aggressor prevention, preparedness and response. Approximately 2,100 seats are available across all sessions and registration is required.
We have developed a handbook to assist students as they transition to off-campus living. This document is designed to assist students plan for a variety of emergencies and is easily editable to suit unique needs. We encourage students to complete and share this document with roommates.
In September, the University partnered with the McLean County Health Dept. to conduct a full-scale exercise simulating dispensing medications to 75,000 people in response to an Anthrax attack in Chicago. Students, faculty and staff participated in this large training event to help increase our capability to respond should a large outbreak occur.
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