Get up and running in minutes and start protecting your school as soon as today. User management is a breeze with options that are tailored to your needs. More
Over 800 campuses depend on e2Campus every day for 99.999% uptime, while over 98% of e2Campus customers renew every year. We are in this together. More
Complete Campus Safety.
Only e2Campus offers an award winning anonymous tipping, instant crisis colaboration, emergency notification system, hotline and more to keep your campus safe. More
The most powerful network. Period.
Only e2Campus is powered by the OMNILERT Cloud which can deliver more messages to more places faster than any commercial Emergency Notification System. Try it for yourself – seeing is believing! Learn more.
Amazing customer support (really).
It is our culture. We care.
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Our innovations keep your campus safe.
Intuitive emergency notifications from the company who invented campus notifications.
“We have 24 separate campuses across Pennsylvania and many of them lie in areas that were hit with heavy snow and blizzard conditions. e2Campus allows us to say exactly what the situation is. It’s very easy to use and we’re very glad to have it.”
- Annemarie Mountz
- Assistant Director of Public Information at Penn State
“e2Campus is a very easy-to-use service. We have to use it now just to be in touch with our students. They told us point blank that they do not pay attention to signs we put up on doors or where they have to clock in everyday, so e2Campus has been an easy tool to reach everyone in an efficient way.”
- Chris Fragale
- Director of Media Services at Atlanta Institute of Music
“If I am going to be instantly immersed in an emergency situation, I need to put a message out and spend as little time as possible doing it so I can continue my focus on the emergency at hand and e2Campus lets me do this. Its simplicity and speed is very valuable to me.”
- William Schmitz
- Director of Safety and Security at Pratt Institute