We utilize a number of key communication methods, applications and services, creating a vital network to effectively deliver critical and urgent communications.
Please take time to review, register and/or download these applications and services to ensure that you receive these important communications first.
Notifications and Alert/Safety Apps
Alert Notification App
GGC has partnered with Rave Mobile Safety, the leader in mobile safety, to offer an alert notification system, Rave Alert, capable of sending users text, recorded voice and email messages. Any GGC student, staff or faculty member, or campus partner can subscribe to the Rave Alert service.Learn more about Rave Alert.
Personal Safety App
Turn your phone into a personal safety device.
Georgia Gwinnett College is providing all students, faculty, and staff with the LiveSafe app – a safety tool that provides a quick, convenient and discreet way to communicate with Public Safety.
In Case of Crisis App
The In Case of Crisis mobile solution, available for download on iPhone and Android devices, enables GGC to ensure a safer campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors by combining unique features to promote safety.
- Geo-locator, maps and building floorplans
- Fast incident reporting system
- Medical and safety procedures
- Organization guidelines
- Travel resources
The emergency notification siren is the fastest way the College has to inform the campus community about an imminent, life-threatening emergency. The siren will only be used for "sheltering-in" situations such as a tornado. It is built to be heard by people who are outside; however, the warning tone may also be heard inside buildings or vehicles. Severe weather shelter information is posted in each building. Take time to familiarize yourself with shelter locations.Learn more about the siren system.
Emergency communications alerts and notifications display on the GGC home page, the student audience home page, and faculty and staff audience home page. Website notifications supplement other, more direct means of communication, such as fire alarms and sirens, public address system messages and Rave Alert messaging. Direct messaging texts and voice messages may be brief, so recipients may be directed to the GGC website for more information. Critical messages are dated and time-stamped to make it easy to see the latest information and follow events as they unfold.