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Baldwin Alert Message

Baldwin Alert Messages are a crucial component of the university’s emergency communication system. The university uses BAM to alert the community to imminent danger — for example, a tornado, fire, chemical spill, or threat of violence.

In cases of extreme danger, Mary Baldwin’s campus sirens will be sounded first, followed by a BAM alert. The siren (which can be heard outdoors throughout campus, but not necessarily inside buildings) will alert you that there is imminent danger, and the BAM messages will let you know what is happening and what you should do to protect yourself.

The BAM system allows each student and employee to control how to receive emergency messages via text, email, and voice mail to their personal mobile phones, landline phones, and email addresses. You can update your information as often as you like.

1. Once logged in, use the “click here” link to manage your contact information and subscription preferences:

1. Once logged in, use the “click here” link to manage your contact information and subscription preferences:

2. Provide your contact information:

2. Provide your contact information:

3. To receive BAM voicemails and texts, you must provide the phone number and select the method of delivery.

3. To receive BAM voicemails and texts, you must provide the phone number and select the method of delivery.

4. Under the “Subscriptions” menu, you can edit your information and customize your subscriptions for Emergency or Outreach BAM alerts by mousing over each option:

4. Under the “Subscriptions” menu, you can edit your information and customize your subscriptions for Emergency or Outreach BAM alerts by mousing over each option:

5. Make sure you have considered how you would like to be notified in the event of a weather event through the BAM Outreach function. Be sure to save any changes!

5. Make sure you have considered how you would like to be notified in the event of a weather event through the BAM Outreach function. Be sure to save any changes!