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Emergency Communications

Communication is the key to managing any crisis or emergency situation. To this end, Earlham College utilizes several means of communication to provide vital information to the campus communication should this type of event occur.

Emergency Notification System

The Earlham College Emergency Notification System (ENS) communicates through email, phone calls and text messaging*. These communications inform you of an emergency situation and/or direct you to take certain action. These alerts are usually in the earliest moments of a crisis or emergency, and may contain very brief concise information and directions.

To ensure this type of vital information can be communicated, it is important that Earlham College have up to date emergency contact information on all students and employees.

For directions on how to check and update your emergency contact information, please CLICK HERE.

* This is a free service provided by the College, however normal text message fees may apply. To receive notifications your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities. Notifications are dependent upon external providers (i.e. wireless carrier, e-mail service, etc.).


Campus Web Page

While initial emergency communication may be sent through the Earlham ENS, most follow-up information will be provided through the campus webpage, www.earlham.edu.

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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