To opt into WMCC Alerts, please click the Register for WMCC Alerts link below. The link will bring you to the Online Resources page. Click on the SIS icon, sign into your account, click the Personal Information icon, then click on the WMCC ALERTS Emergency Notification Information icon. Complete the form then click CONFIRM. If at some point you decide you no longer want to receive WMCC ALERTS, you can repeat the steps above, then click on the Opt Out option.
What is WMCC ALERTS?
WMCC ALERTS is the White Mountains Community College emergency notification system that will help ensure rapid and reliable mass communication to students, faculty, and staff. The WMCC ALERT system is designed to communicate with cell phones (text and voice messages), landlines, and e-mail systems, should a crisis, emergency situation, or weather closure/delay occur on the WMCC campus.
WMCC Students are automatically registered to receive alerts via college email, but will need to register (opt-in) and provide their emergency contact information using the Registration links on this web page to receive alerts via phone and/or text messaging. Note: Please have your student CCSNH email address and student ID number handy - you will need this information to register. If for some reason you do not have this information please contact Tammy Vashaw in the Academic Success Center or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WMCC Faculty and staff are automatically registered by the Human Resources department - please provide them with your latest emergency contact information.
Why should I register for WMCC Alerts?
Students should register for WMCC alerts to receive the latest information on campus emergencies delivered to their cell phone (voice or text message) and e-mail account. Note: Please read this disclaimer* as there is not a guarantee of delivery due to situations which are outside of the CCSNH or Banner SIS control.
WMCC Alerts is just one method the College will use to communicate information during an emergency. The campus will continue to use a variety of other notification methods as appropriate.