While the upgrade is scheduled to last from 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19, through 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 24, there is a chance that the application will be ready sooner. Once the project team has completed the upgrade, and all affected offices have completed their testing of the system, the upgrade will be considered finalized and a time for making it available to the campus will be determined. There will be at least four hours notice given to the K-State community.
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At about 10:15 a.m. Monday, Oct. 4, Kansas State University will conduct a test of K-State Alerts, the university’s emergency notification system.
Emergency notification channels to be tested include text messaging, automated phone calls, K-State’s homepage, e-mail to all K-State accounts, and the new alert beacons in various buildings across the Manhattan campus.
K-State Alerts is used when a dangerous condition exists on campus, such as an active shooter or university closure due to severe weather. K-State Alerts is tested twice a year to ensure that it will work during an actual emergency.