Kennesaw State University designated Storm Ready   Posted…

Georgia (Sep 4, 2014)

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Posted: Sep 04, 2014 4:25 PM EDT

Updated: Sep 04, 2014 4:30 PM EDT


Kennesaw State University is the first public school in the Georgia university system to be designated "Storm Ready."

For students, faculty and staff, this means the campus has taken proactive measures to keep everyone updated and informed when severe storms threaten. The school worked hand-in-hand with the National Weather Service in Atlanta to meet all the necessary requirements to receive this distinction.

With nearly 25,000 people on campus, KSU has proven it has the same or greater capability for severe weather monitoring, notification and response that is expected of any Georgia city of similar size.

The school says they will utilize their intranet to notify everyone on the network when severe weather threatens.

When a severe alert is issued by the campus security team, it goes through their network and displays on personal computer screens and school billboards, and describes the threats expected as well as the actions people need to take to keep safe.

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