Matthew Mauzy


    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: The University has issued an “all clear.” Now it’s safe to resume your normal activities. See for updates and more information about the University’s emergency communications. ABOUT THIS EMAIL: Campus-wide email is not an instant source of information as part of the University’s emergency warning notification process. The sirens…

  • Emergency Siren TEST Begins

    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: You received this email as part of a TEST of the University’s emergency sirens. The message coincided with the beginning of the siren test. There may be delays in delivery of campus-wide email. In an emergency, we plan to use all available communication methods including email as part of a…

  • Reminder: University Will Test Sirens Tuesday

    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: You may hear the University’s emergency sirens on Tuesday, February 28, between noon and 1 p.m. during a TEST that is part of Alert Carolina, our ongoing safety awareness campaign. No action is required. The sirens sound only for a major emergency or an immediate safety or health threat, such…

  • Timely Warning: Orange County under tornado watch

    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: The National Weather Services has issued a TORNADO WATCH IN ORANGE COUNTY. That means conditions are favorable for tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch area. The weather service says people in these areas should be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions and listen for later…

  • Alert Carolina Siren Test – Tuesday, February 28

    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: The University will TEST the emergency sirens and text messages on Tuesday, February 28th, between noon and 1 p. m. We test the sirens each semester to make sure the equipment works. That equipment now includes the University’s sixth siren, which has been installed near the William and Ida Friday…

  • INFORMATIONAL MESSAGE FROM ALERT CAROLINA:  Chapel Hill Police Seek Information on Reported Rape

    The Chapel Hill Police Department announced today that it is currently seeking any additional information about a reported rape that occurred around 2:15 a.m. last Thursday, February 9,  near the alley behind Cosmic Cantina at 128 E. Franklin Street. While honoring the victim’s request to not pursue an investigation, police are asking anyone with new information…

  • INFORMATIONAL MESSAGE FROM ALERT CAROLINA:  Classroom Poster Details What You Should Do in an Emergency

    Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: As part of the ongoing efforts to keep Carolina as safe as possible, the University has produced a new poster to better communicate what you must do when the sirens sound for a significant emergency or immediate threat to health and safety. The University is requiring academic units to place…



Recent Notifications

  • Adverse Conditions – Critical: UNC in Condition 2 on April 30

  • Emergency: System Test

  • !AlertCarolina! Adverse Conditions: Critical- University will move to Condition 1 at 4 pm today. Weather info at

  • !Alert Carolina! Crime Alert: UNC Police is investigating a report of 11 motor vehicle break-ins this morning.

  • Crime Alert: UNC Police is investigating reports of 15 motor vehicle break-ins since yesterday.

  • !Alert Carolina! Crime Alert: Urgent – UNC Police investigating report of groping/sexual assault at McClinton Residence Hall

  • !Alert Carolina! Crime Alert – UNC Police investigating thefts of electric scooters from multiple locations.

  • !AlertCarolina! Adverse Conditions-Critical: University operating at Condition 3 until 5pm & Cond. 2 until 11:59 pm. See for more info.

  • Emergency: UNC issues All Clear

  • !Alert Carolina! Emergency-Update: Reports of an armed & dangerous person on/near campus. Continue to shelter in place and check for info