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Arkansas Tech Conducts Test of CEON System

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 "This is a TEST of the Campus Emergency and Outreach Notification system at Arkansas Tech University. This is only a TEST. No further action is required. Thank you for using the CEON system." In addition to text messaging, telephone and e-mail, Arkansas Tech also tested a feature that displays information on desktop computers on campus. Desktops on campus displayed the same test message as above. Desktop computers on the Arkansas Tech campus that did not receive the test message should be re-booted. The desktop notification will be automatically loaded during the re-boot process so that it will be available on that machine during future uses of the CEON system. If any student, faculty member of staff member at Arkansas Tech is not currently enrolled in the CEON program but wishes to participate, information on how to sign up can be found here: “This was only a test of the CEON system,” said Joshua McMillian, chief of the Arkansas Tech Department of Public Safety. “The CEON system allows Arkansas Tech University to notify participating students and employees when emergency situations arise on campus. The Arkansas Tech University Department of Public Safety strongly encourages every member of the Arkansas Tech community to sign up to receive these alerts."]]>