Emergency Management

Do you know what to do in an emergency situation?

Princeton University is committed to providing a campus environment that is accessible, while also remaining safe and secure. Information about Princeton's Emergency Management initiatives can be found on Princeton Emergency Management. This website includes information about pre-emergency planning, as well as a variety of related resources and updates. This site is maintained by the University's Emergency Management Group. 

How to Prepare

The "How To Prepare" page on the Emergency Management website provides you with tips and tools to help you either avoid or manage an emergency situation. Find out more about being prepared in case of an emergency.

What to Do

The "What To Do" page on the Emergency Management website explains the various different kinds of emergency situations and what you can do if you ever find yourself in the middle of one. Learn more about what to do if something occurs.

Stay Connected

The "Stay Connected" page on the Emergency Management website provides a list of the resources Princeton University provides to ensure you are informed before, during, and after an event. There are also links to help you report an emergency if you see one. Learn more about staying connected in an emergency.

FBI Active Shooter Event Quick Reference Guide

Knowledge Can Save Lives

An active shooter on campus is an individual that is in the process of killing or trying to kill people in or around the immediate vacinity of the Princeton University campus. These events are often unpredictable and can evolve quickly. Having the proper training and knowledge can help save lives. Read this Quick Reference Guide to ensure you are prepared if an active shooter situation ever arises.

Active Shooter Informational Video

This video provides information on the options you can consider if you ever find yourself in an active shooter situation. This video is provided and used with permission from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.