A Special meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees will take place on Thursday, November 20th, at 4:00 p.m. in Room 114 of the Captree Commons Building on the Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood
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  Authorized college personnel will only use the NY-Alert system for urgent communications, emergency messages, and post-incident follow-up.

Alert notifications will be sent for emergency events or “life threatening” situations, emergency protective actions, warnings and post-incident information. Advisory notifications will also be issued for non-emergencies, such as weather-related closures or cancellations.

Your membership enrolls you in the NY State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) messaging system. As a result, you will receive notifications of emergencies from the state, directed to Suffolk and Nassau Counties.
 
  College messages are sent by authorized College officials. NY-Alert messages to Suffolk and Nassau Counties are sent by the NY State Emergency Management Office (SEMO).
 
  Your membership in the college system also enrolls you in the NY State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) messaging system. As a result, you will receive any notifications from the state, directed to Suffolk and Nassau Counties.
 
  The information provided will only be used for NY-Alert delivery and maintenance system privacy statement listed below:
  Emergency Alert System Privacy Statement
 
  No, however, if you receive a text message from the NY-Alert service, in most cases, you will not be charged for the text message.
 
  Yes, however, if you choose not to participate, you will not receive direct notification of an alert from the college.
 
  NY-Alert requires that you include at least a primary e mail address.
 
  No, college internal systems will be used to send alerts to college telephones.
 
  System participation, along with contact information, may be updated in your account by clicking on the MySCCC link in the upper right section of the portal header.
 
  Contact information may be updated in your portal account by clicking on MySCCC in the upper right section of the portal header.
 
  College information is normally sent to SUNY each Friday. SUNY normally posts updates to NY-Alert each Monday.
 
  NY-Alert will not leave a message on voicemail. However, if you see a call from "New York Alert" or "New York SEMO" on your missed calls list, you may call 518-292-6634 to retrieve the message. Upon connection, you will be instructed to enter the number where you received the call. The system will verify the number and instruct you to hang up so that the system can call back with the message. Only the latest message will be available for a re-call.
 
  NY-Alert will send messages to every contact option you submitted (email address(es), fax(es), text messaging and telephone numbers you used on a regular basis), based upon contact methods selected by the College for the notice.

Depending upon the incident, the College may choose to implement all contact methods or only select individual channels.

Please note, that in situations such as class cancellation or campus closings, you may receive notices as early as 5 a.m.
 
  Caller ID for telephone calls from the system will be "New York Alert" or "New York SEMO" with a telephone number of 518-292-6634.
 
  If a telephone number is listed multiple times for multiple enrollees, the system will call that specific number up to 3 times.
 
  Call-Back Option – "You may call back at 518-292-6634 to retrieve the message." The enrollee will be instructed to enter the telephone number in which they received the message.

The system will verify the number and instruct the enrollee to hang up so that the system can call them back with the message. Only the latest message will be available for a recall.