TCC officials continue to actively monitor Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen (PTC 16) and any threats it might pose to the Tallahassee region. Our highest priority is the protection of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors on our campuses.
At this time, we do not anticipate that PTC 16 will impact College operations. Classes are scheduled to be in session for all TCC campuses today and next week.
If these plans change for any reason, TCC will use the TCC Alert system to provide storm-related information and updates. The TCC Alert system provides information about emergencies or severe weather that could impact campus activities. TCC students, faculty, and staff are automatically signed up to receive TCCAlert messages. Other interested parties may visit www.getrave.com/login/tcc and click the “register” button to begin receiving these messages. TCC provides this service free of charge, but your carrier’s message and data rates may apply.
Local preparedness information or updates can be found at the Leon County Emergency Information Portal: http://www2.leoncountyfl.gov/ei/.
Also, TCC’s Hurricane Preparedness Guide contains sources of up-to-date weather information, safety tips, an emergency checklist, and more.
During an emergency, Tallahassee Community College shares information with the college community using the TCC Alert emergency notification system. Emergency information is primarily shared via text message, e-mail, and telephone.
Current TCC students as well as faculty and staff are automatically enrolled to receive emergency messages. TCC Alert users can update their contact information via the following:
- For students, by logging in to EagleNet (see How to Update My Phone in Eaglenet)
- For faculty and staff, by logging in to Workday (see How to Update My Phone in Workday)
If you are not a current TCC student, faculty, or staff member but wish to subscribe to the TCC Alert system, you can register here.