Emergency (Outgoing) Calls
In an emergency dial 911 (off- and on-campus responders) or 5911 (on-campus response) from any campus phone.
911 calls connect to a Vermont Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) dispatch center, which may send an ambulance, the fire department, and/or local police. Simultaneously, the campus Department of Public Safety is simultaneously notified of the call and will send an officer to the location.
Emergency Notification System
The college subscribes to an emergency broadcast notification system. It allows the college to send out timely information to cell phones (both text and voice), e-mail accounts, and college telephones in a rapid and organized manner. This system can reach you only if we have your contact information.
Trip Leaders are responsible for communicating emergency situations to their sponsoring office ASAP. If the trip sponsor is unavailable please contact Public Safety at (802) 443-5911.
· the nature of the emergency
· your alternative plans
In the event of an emergency, the College will use Emergency Notification Systems (ENS) to provide timely information and updates for students, parents, faculty, staff and other members of the campus community. For more information about emergency notifications systems at Middlebury College, click here.
DPS creates and distributes Safety Alerts when a specific safety issue arises and requires public notification. For support and safety reasons, we have located this feed off-site at Google Sites.
The Announcements 2 hours or older will be listed below.