Emergency Communications Center
This site is intended to inform the Texas Tech University community about what to do in advance of, during and after an emergency.
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Severe Thunderstorm Watch
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Lubbock County, including the Texas Tech campus, until 3 a.m. June 18. A severe thunderstorm watch is issued when weather conditions are favorable for the development of severe thunderstorms. If storms develop, move indoors away from windows.
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TechAlert Emergency Communication System
Texas Tech uses TechAlert to communicate important alerts and emergency response information to students, faculty and staff. Update your contact information here.
For outside groups who would like to receive emergency alerts, please email email@example.com.
Texas Tech has installed a series of security cameras at undisclosed locations across campus that will assist authorities in ensuring the safety of students, faculty and staff.
Building Emergency Plans
Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) are meant to inform occupants of buildings of what to do during an emergency. Download and read the EAPs for the buildings you occupy here.
After Action Review
After a drill or emergency, Building Emergency Managers should submit an After Action Review. Download the After Action Review form.
Active Shooter Training
Lt. Eric Williams of the Texas Tech Police Department provides guidance for surviving an active shooter situation. It is available to all faculty, staff and students. Be prepared, watch it today.
Important Contact Information
Maintenance Emergencies806 742 4OPS
Information Technology806 742 HELP
Server-Related Issues806 742 3649
TTU Emergency Management Coordinator
Ronald Phillips806 742 2121
TTUS Emergency Management Coordinator
Steve Bryant806 742 0212