PHCC is NOT operating under EMERGENCY conditions. 


In the event of an emergency, the college will make reasonable efforts to reach all students and staff in a timely and appropriate manner through the contact information they have submitted to PHCC ALERT. However, these services are dependent upon external providers such as the third party vendor, your wireless carrier or e-mail delivery service. Technical limitations such as overtaxed communications systems, transmission errors, and cellular telephone roaming and out of range areas, as well as human delays in issuing emergency messages may limit the effectiveness of the system and delay or prevent the issuance or receipt of messages to all or certain users. PHCC makes no warranties, guarantees or representations of any kind and disclaims all liability as to the content, accuracy, timeliness or completeness of the information disseminated through PHCC ALERT, or any related links or websites.

The PHCC ALERT system is not intended, nor should you rely solely upon it, to be your primary source for emergency alerts. You need to be aware of things happening around you and keep yourself informed by all measures available to you. The PHCC ALERT system, even when functioning at peak performance, should only be regarded as a supplemental means of notification.  You are encouraged to monitor local television and radio stations and always be aware of your surroundings and weather conditions.


Be Informed:
If you do not have a smartphone please check your 
VCCS email, the PHCC homepage or the local news.

You can register up to 3 cellular numbers and 1 personal
email address to receive weather and emergency related 
texts from PHCC.

Know when you need to be on 
campus if we open late.

How to stay safe on campus


Mark Nelson ADMIN,
May 1, 2019, 7:46 AM