Students now have option to choose which campus Eagle Alerts to receive

Anthony Belinfante

Georgia Southern University students are no longer receiving alerts from other GS campuses after a change was made to the Eagle Alerts system.

Students are now able to choose which campus or campuses in which they would like to receive Eagle Alerts.

Last year, students were receiving alerts from the Statesboro, Armstrong and Liberty campuses, with no way of differentiating which campus they wanted alerts from.

“That has been fixed, and it all depends on the subscriber going in and letting the system know which campuses they want to receive the alerts from,” Laura McCullough, GS Police chief said.

The Eagle Alerts system is designed to communicate vital information to the university community as quickly and efficiently as possible during a crisis.

For more information on Eagle Alerts, visit the campus’ FAQ page or contact Public Safety at (912) 478-5234.

Anthony Belinfante, The George-Anne News Reporter,