USU issues campus alerts when there is a significant emergency, an ongoing threat of certain crimes on campus, or a safety concern from weather or off-campus incidents. USU Public Safety follows a decision matrix to determine which alert is sent to the university community.
All alerts are sent through USU's campus alert system, and all members of the campus community should keep their notification settings in myid.usu.edu updated.
Code Blue Alerts
Code Blue Alert System
In an ongoing emergency situation, www.usu.edu/emergency will include new alerts and information at the top. To ensure you receive all notifications, sign up for both email and text alerts.
For Students, Staff and Faculty Members:
- Sign in to USU MyID with your A-number and strong password.
- Approve Duo Push sign in (if required).
- Click on "CODEBLUE Numbers" on the left-hand menu.
- Add or edit numbers you would like to receive a text alert during emergencies.
- Click "Email Addresses" on the left-hand menu.
- Make sure your preferred email address is correct.
For Parents of a USU Student or Community Members:
Members of the community, including family members of USU students, faculty, or staff, may sign up to receive Code Blue alerts and crime alerts to their mobile numbers.
Opt into Code Blue Alerts for the Campus(es) of Your Choice
Step 1: Select all the campuses for which you would like to receive alerts.
Step 2: Enter your phone number and click "Sign Up" to be included on alerts for your selected campus or campuses.
Get Campus Alerts in the Utah State Safe App
Utah State Safe is the official safety app for the USU Logan campus. All Code Blue alerts for Logan are also sent through push notifications in the app. The app also includes additional features to improve campus safety and security.