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Will your phone know it’s UCOPAlert calling?

If an emergency such as a fire, earthquake, building closure, public transit disruption or street protest occurs when you’re away from the office, UCOP leadership will notify staff through the UCOPAlert system. Two caveats: It’s an opt-in system and it’s up to you to get the message. Here’s how you can get the most from UCOPAlert.

If you haven’t yet, enroll today

Save the UCOPAlert numbers

If UCOPAlert calls your home or cellphone with a voice message, the call will come from (866) 609-8026. UCOPAlert text messages will come from 246-39.

Add these numbers as contacts in your phone now. That way, if there is an emergency, your phone won’t flag these important messages as spam or suspicious activity.

If you have questions about UCOPAlert, please contact Alicia.Jensen@ucop.edu.

 

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  1. Vivek Vennam March 6, 2020 Reply

    When i tried to login into UCOP alert system. It’s says Access Denied.

    Access Denied
    Your username and password have been verified, however your account is not permitted to perform the requested action. Please contact your administrator for assistance.

    • Michelle Simone March 9, 2020 Reply

      Hi Vivek — thanks for letting us know. I’ll email you to connect you with Alicia shortly.

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