February 08, 2021

New Emergency Notification System Launched, Update Your Emergency Contact Information Now

If you haven’t recently updated your emergency contact information, please take a moment now to do so.

  • Sign up for Rave alerts.

Lewis & Clark is upgrading its Emergency Notification System to a new platform called Rave. This platform offers more tools and greater flexibility when managing emergencies to keep our community safe, informed, and connected.

In the days ahead, the college will be testing the new system. The test will look and sound similar to “emergency broadcast service” messages you’ve likely received in the past. Please watch your mobile phones, text/SMS messages, and emails. After the initial setup, tests will be run once a semester.

If you haven’t recently updated your emergency contact information, please take a moment now to do so.

Students

  1. Log into webadvisor https://webadvisor.lclark.edu/
  2. Select the “students” tab from the main menu.
  3. In the “User Account” section in the upper left, click on the first link - “User Profile (Self Service).”
  4. Review all of your contact information. Please verify, update, or add your mobile phone number and personal email address.
  5. Students – if you need to update your address or other contact information, please do so through the appropriate Registrar’s offices:

Faculty and Staff

  1. Log into Workday - https://wd5.myworkday.com/lewisandclark/
  2. Select “Personal Information” from the main menu.
  3. In the “Change” column on the left, click on the top button, “Contact Information.”
  4. Review all of your contact information.
  5. Click on the oval “edit” button on the top of the screen to change, update, or add information. Please be sure that your mobile phone number is accurate. Add your personal email address as an “additional email” if you wish to receive Lewis & Clark College emergency notifications from your personal email address.

Thank you for your help keeping L&C ready and safe.

The Rave Implementation Team