Are you a parent or community member who wants to stay up-to-date with campus closures,
delays and cancellations? Simply fill out the form below to active an account with
Regroup, our mass notification partner.
Unsubscribing from Notifications
We highly encourage you to keep receiving text STLCC Alerts, but if you must go, follow
these steps to unsubscribe:
To opt out of receiving emergency alert messages, text “STOP” to 51664. You can resume emergency text messages at any time by texting “RESUME” to 51664.
All STLCC students and employees are automatically set up to receive STLCC Alerts.
However, to ensure you receive STLCC Alerts on your cell, work and/or home phone,
be sure to verify your emergency notification information in Banner Self-Service. Email notifications are automatically sent to your STLCC account.
Parents and community members are welcome to sign up for STLCC Alerts.
STLCC encourages all students, employees and individuals who frequently visit STLCC
campuses to keep text notifications enabled. However, data rates do apply to text
messages sent through STLCC Alerts. To unsubscribe from texts via mobile, text “STOP”
to 51664 to opt out of emergency alerts.
You can resume emergency text messages at any time by texting “RESUME” to 51664.
Students and employees cannot unsubscribe to email alerts sent to their STLCC-issued
Parent and community members who have created a Regroup account can manage their text-to-voice,
text and email preferences by logging into Regroup.com.
Safety Drill Summary
St. Louis Community College values the safety of our students, faculty and staff.
In compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and
Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, STLCC Public Safety and Emergency Management
is required to notify the College community about emergency tests completed during
the 2018 calendar year. A test is defined as “regularly scheduled drills, exercises,
and appropriate follow through activities, designed for assessment and evaluation
of emergency plans and capabilities.”