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Juliet HulseApr 6, 2018 2:37:30 PM1 min read

Tarleton State University Continues to Inform and Protect

Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas continues to provides their students, staff, and facility with immediate communications for any emergency that may occur at Tarleton State using Omnilert’s e2Campus. Their emergency notification system, known as Code Purple, is used to send different types of alerts through multiple devices for emergencies ranging from inclement weather to intruders on campus.


Tarleton State has been using Omnilert's e2Campus as their emergency notification provider since 2007. Kent Styron, Director of Risk Management and Compliance, says that it has been a very reliable system for them. Styron, and the entire Risk Management and Compliance team, understand that “like most things, however, there is a process that must be followed in order to ensure that there is no mistake. The operations behind Code Purple is one of them.”


For Styron, it’s about more than just alerting the campus with a text or email. They need to make sure that the alert they send is being received and everyone knows what to do next. It’s key for them to send follow-up information to notify the campus community if additional actions are warranted.  


Tarleton State University continues to make the safety of their campus a top priority. To read more about how Tarleton State University is using their emergency notification system to keep their entire campus safe please read the full article here.



Juliet Hulse

Juliet is the Marketing Operations Manager for Omnilert. With her education in marketing, and her professional background in sales, she is able to understand the important marriage of marketing and sales.