Posted: Oct 5, 2009 5:17 PM by Mike Steele
Updated: Oct 5, 2009 6:15 PM
|BATON ROUGE – The following are the results of the LSU Emergency Text Message
Test from Tuesday, Sept. 29:
Some common reasons why the text message may not have been delivered include, but are not limited to, a deactivated phone number being registered, a person’s cellular bill not having been paid, subscriber thinks they have text messaging service when they do not, phone was reported stolen (correctly or incorrectly) or phone was turned off. Messages could have also been dropped due to problems with a carrier’s service or cell tower.
To ensure that important information reaches the most people possible, emergency text messaging is merely one of multiple communications channels utilized by the university in the event of an emergency. In the event of a crisis situation, LSU will communicate vital information as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to provide the greatest safety for students, faculty, and staff. One or more of the following communication tools will be used: