Active Shooter and the Survival Mindset Video

University Police introduces an effective video created by CSU, Northridge that outlines important steps to follow when in an active shooter situation.

Disasters Don't Plan Ahead  --  You Can!

As the Nation is being impacted by disasters such as Hurricane Harvey and massive wildfires across the west, we should take pause to consider our individual preparedness. First Responders may not be able to get to you immediately, and may be affected themselves. 

  • Are you and your family prepared to survive for 72-hours or longer without access to food and water?

  • Do you have enough medicine if you can’t get to the pharmacy?

  • What about your pets?

  • What about your neighbors?

  • Can you combine resources and help each other?

September is National Preparedness Month, the National Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is reminding Americans of the importance of being prepared for disasters. Each week during National Preparedness Month (NPM), different aspects of preparedness are featured to help you and your family become better prepared for disasters. Do your part by engaging in preparedness actions at work and at home.

Being prepared includes being able to help yourself for 72-hours (minimum), being able to help your family, friends, and neighbors. It is also important to help First Responders in your community by training how to respond during an emergency and what to do when disaster strikes, wherever you may be. 

Be sure to check Campus Announcements during the month for Preparedness Tips and Information.  To learn more and find information and resources related to disaster planning, please visit Plan Ahead for Disasters



Emergency Situation on Campus - Are You Ready?

Do you know what you should do during a building emergency?

  • Where should you go if your building is evacuated?
  • How do you find the most recent emergency response information?