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Emergency Notifications

In compliance with provisions of the Jeanne Clery Act, the university has developed an Immediate Notification system. This system is used to notify Azusa Pacific University students, faculty, and staff if a serious crime, natural disaster, or other emergencies occur that poses an immediate threat to the university community or a segment of the campus community. Notifications will be communicated to all Azusa Pacific University students, faculty, and staff at the main campus in Azusa, regional campuses, and other APU facilities based in the United States, so that those traveling from one APU location to another, are aware of the immediate threat. Some of the systems used to convey Immediate Notifications messages include: The audible Whelan (Public Address) System, electronic message boards, social media, and a mass-media alert system called Everbridge that provides messages via text, email, and voicemail.