McClelland Hall Emergency Response

McClelland Hall Classroom Emergency Response

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McClelland Hall Emergency Evacuation Routes

Many Eller faculty teach in McClelland Hall. If an emergency requires evacuation of McClelland Hall, follow the McClelland Hall classroom evacuation procedures, and take note of the evacuation routes for your classroom. The established Assembly Locations/Evacuation Points for McClelland Hall are south of the Speedway/Olive Underpass near the Museum of Art and north of the houses in the Zone 1 parking lot across Helen Street. Please share evacuation routes with your students!

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UA Emergency Warning System (EWS)

Most centrally scheduled classrooms feature an Emergency Warning System (EWS) consisting of a blue emergency telephone that allows direct communication from the classroom to UAPD, and an electronic message board that can display UAlert messages. It is important to take note of blue emergency phone locations in your assigned classrooms.  

McClelland Hall classrooms with an EWS:
118, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, Berger, 214


Sign up for UAlert , which is a service that allows users to receive emergency alerts on their cell phones or other mobile devices during a campus emergency.


UA Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT)

Because each emergency is unique and requires quick and reasonable thinking, being prepared is the best line of defense. Please visit the Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) site , which includes valuable information on what to do in case of a campus emergency. We sincerely hope a critical incident will never occur on this campus, but it is important to think ahead about what we would do if faced with a situation. Please take a few minutes to click on the Active Shooter/Armed Individual link, watch the video, and familiarize yourself with the CIRT’s recommendations.

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