The Loyola Emergency Notification System (LENS) was established in 2003 as a way to notify the campus community of emergencies that utilizes text messages, emails, and an exterior public address system with voice instructions. This year, we have updated LENS to the Greyhound Alerts system which incorporates messaging to desktops, digital signage, mobile apps, and more. Greyhound Alerts will be used to relay important information about impending emergencies and provide updates as they are unfolding.
It is important that everyone review and familiarize themselves with the information and communication listed below:
Loyola will make every effort to communicate to the campus community through as many of these ways as possible based on the situation.