BPCC students, faculty, and staff have the option of registering with CAVSalert. To best utilize this alert system, we need you to ensure CAVSalert has your correct contact information. After initially registering with CAVSalert, log-in information will be sent to your registered email account. Using these log-in credentials, you can update your contact information on the CAVSalert website at any time. Please keep your contact information up to date.
If you have any questions, please contact Carrie Coley at email@example.com. If you are unable to log in to remove your contact information, Click here to have your name removed from the CAVSalert call List. Be sure to include your name, phone number to be removed, and email address.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Click this link to access the registration page
- Type in your BPCC email address and then select “No, I’m a new user.” then click the “New User” button.
- You will be directed to a page to create a password. This login will only be needed if you ever need to update a phone number or email.
- Input any information you wish to be contacted by (phone, email, text, etc.) Remember if you want to receive the calls to your cell phone AND home phone, you will need to click the “Add phone” button to for each additional phone number.
- Select the group “Web Registrants” and submit.
- You will have an opportunity to verify your information
You are able to update your Emergency Contact Information by logging on to the CAVSalert site. You can also add additional contacts for emergency alerts.
The suggested immediate phone (cell or landline) number is the one where you can be reached immediately while at BPCC.
This could be your office phone, home number, etc.
You will get a notification to both e-mail addresses if the Secondary Address is populated.
The SMS field (for Text Messaging) only needs to be completed if you have Text Messaging capabilities on your phone device and if you want to receive that type of alert.
Alerts can be made to any type of communication method: email, cellular, landline or SMS (Text Messaging). In the case of an emergency, you may receive notification via one or all of these communication methods. CAVSalert recommends that you provide several options of each media type in the event a particular communication device is unavailable.