As part of Georgia Tech's ongoing effort to safeguard students, faculty and staff, the Institute has implemented a new emergency communications system. Known as the GT Emergency Notification System (GTENS), the system allows you to receive time-sensitive emergency messages in the form of e-mail, voice mail and text messages. Register for GTENS.
Siren Warning System
The Siren Warning System consists of 8 sirens that are strategically located throughout campus to provide alerts to students, faculty and staff who are outdoors. The Siren Warning System relays an alarm tone followed by an audio message explaining the emergency situation. View the Siren Warning test schedule.
Students, faculty and staff may also obtain emergency information through the Emergency Preparedness Information Line: (404) 894-7200 or the Inclement Weather Hotline: (404) 894-0500
Campus Cable TV
GT Cable TV provides service to students living in the residence halls, as well as various offices across campus. Those with campus cable TV will receive Emergency Alert System messages that are generated by the National Weather Service (NWS), Atlanta Fulton County Emergency Management Agency (AFCEMA), Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).