What is RAVE Alert?
RAVE Alert is an emergency mass notification system that enables Mt. Hood Community College to instantly email and text the entire student population as well as all members of faculty and staff in the event of
How does it work?
When an emergency occurs that meets the criteria for sending out an alert to the public, MHCC’s emergency dispatchers will gather the necessary information and send an alert.
What types of alerts will be sent?
Emergency alerts are sent when there is a school closure or delayed opening (due to weather or other conditions) or when there is an immediate threat to life and/or property, such as natural disasters, active shooters or threats on campus. You may also get occasional test messages.
What phone number or email will this be sent to?
Rave alerts will be sent to Saints student or staff email accounts, and a text will be sent to the cell phone number the college has as a contact number.
Will information be disclosed or shared?
No, information is private and will not be used or distributed in any manner. This information is exempt from public disclosure and will be used for emergency purposes only.
College students and employees can manage their RAVE settings through the MyMHCC portal.
For general information about the RAVE Emergency Alert system, visit ravemobilesafety.com.