In the event of an emergency, Hollins University has instituted a multitude of systems to communicate with student, faculty, staff and parents. Communications include the following systems:
omnilert is a mass notification system that can alert members of the Hollins community with text messages on their cell phones, desktop alerts on their computers, e-mail message, voice messages on their phones, Facebook, Twitter, etc. With more than 90% of college students having cell phones, this method of communication increases awareness within the Hollins community. Time-sensitive messages can be delivered immediately. In the event of a campus emergency or a school closing due to inclement weather, an alert message is sent out to any text-capable device such as a mobile phone, Blackberry, telephone or an e-mail address a user has registered with the system. The choice is yours and you can enter multiple addresses. Parents are welcome to sign up for these messages as well.
New Users Click Here
All campus users are automatically enrolled into omnilert. You will however need to log in initially to add your cell phone information.
If you are not a campus user but a parent or friend you can create a log in at this URL.
Forgotten Username/Password or Change Settings?
You may also log in at any time to make changes to your account. The log in page is as follows:
New Desktop Alert application displays emergency messages on anyone’s PC or Mac Desktop who has the application installed.
The campus loop is great for walking and running and is safe too. Call boxes encompass the campus loop for additional safety.