Code Maroon uses multiple notification methods in a best effort to reach campus members in an emergency. While no emergency communications system can be guaranteed to be effective and reliable in every situation, you are encouraged to sign up to receive text message alerts as one part of your personal emergency preparedness plan.
Contact information you provide on the Code Maroon website will only be used for delivering health and safety emergency information. A ZERO SPAM policy is strictly enforced that prohibits unsolicited messages and the selling of contact information to third-party marketers.
Code Maroon Vendor
Texas A&M selected AtHoc, Inc. to provide its campus-wide emergency alert system. AtHoc's system uses a single, integrated system to send alerts.
Texas A&M's goal is to reach as many people as possible in an emergency and AtHoc provides the most robust system. AtHoc is based in San Mateo, California, and is at the forefront of mass notification systems.
Code Maroon Deletion Policy
In order to ensure that Code Maroon alerts are delivered as quickly and efficiently as possible, periodic checks are done to identify registrants who are no longer directly affiliated with Texas A&M University.
If our records indicate that a registrant is no longer a member of the student body or employed by the university, Code Maroon will send an email notice to the email address they provided during registration. Unless a justification is provided to that email within 15 days, the registrant will be scheduled for deletion from the Code Maroon system.
If you have any questions, email email@example.com or call Help Desk Central at 979.845.8300.
To learn what you should do in case of an emergency at the Law School, visit http://law.tamu.edu/emergency-information. In an actual emergency, Texas A&M Law will post additional emergency updates and announcements to their home page as they become available. Texas A&M Law will also communicate important emergency information with local television and radio outlets.