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Princeton University

Emergency Preparedness

This site has been compiled to assist University community members with pre-emergency planning and to provide a central location for a variety of related resources and updates.

 Emergency guidelines for the campus community
Maintained by the University's Emergency Preparedness Task Force.

   

News alerts & updates

Check back often for new information.

 In an emergency, dial 911 and Public Safety will notify the appropriate medical, fire, or police agency.
 24-hour recorded hotline: (609) 258-7700
 Preparedness FAQs
 

Campus emergency
quick links

 Contacting Public Safety
 Designated assembly
   points
 Evacuating buildings
 Fire safety on-line training
 Map of blue light phones
 Public Safety alerts

Policies
HR Weather Emergency
   Policy
 Laboratory security
Mail handling policy
 Pranks & hoaxes

Counseling
 University Health Services
 Office of Religious Life

 

News & information
Google Internet
   Broadcast Resources
 More external news sources
 Health & medical
   information

Planning
 Campus planning resources
 Ready.gov
 Risk Management
   Travel Guidelines
 Understanding
   security alerts

Travel warnings
 Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State
 CDC SARS Travel Advisories
 More travel resources...

Emergency archive
 Princeton's response to September 11, 2001
 

Emergency Preparedness index
News alerts | External news | Health & medical information
Travel resources | FAQs

Last modified March 10, 2004