A mass notification system for
Delivering important safety and emergency messages by
- voice recording
- text message
All students who have registered for classes will automatically receive M-Alerts. The alerts will go to the contact information provided when applying and registering as well as to your student email (MercerMail).
Mercer County Community College's emergency messaging service, M-Alert, enables MCCC administrative and security professionals to reach all students, faculty, and staff members with time-sensitive messages via voice recording, e-mail, and text messaging. During unforeseen events, critical situations, or emergencies, the college may employ the system to broadcast pertinent information and provide details on appropriate response.
M-Alert will help MCCC provide a safer environment, enhance emergency preparedness, and keep its students and staff better informed.
To Update Your Contact Information
In order to ensure that M-Alert can reach you, we must have your current contact information.
NOTE: The information that you provide – used only for MCCC communication with you – will not be shared with other entities and will be kept private and confidential.
Please Contact Student Services at 609 570-3228.
MCCC Faculty & Staff
Please Contact Human Resources.
Important Message Delivery Notes:
When you receive a call from MCCC M-Alert, your caller ID will display 609-570-3565.
When you receive a text message from MCCC M-Alert, the 'sent from' number will be 23177.
When you receive an e-mail message from MCCC M-Alert, the 'sent from' address will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
When listening to a message, please be aware that background noise will cause the system to stop and start. It is calibrated very delicately to determine whether a person or an answering machine has answered the phone, and background noise may affect the delivery. If possible, move to a quiet area or press the "mute" button on your phone.
If you missed any part of the message, please stay on the line and press * (star) to hear the message again.