BridgeValley Connect is an Emergency Alert System. You will receive messages/instructions in the event of an emergency (such as facility evacuations & severe weather).
You can follow the directions below to sign up or log in to your existing account.
Fill out the form below.
- 1.Make sure you have your cell phone with you and it's on, enter your name, cell # and e-mail address. When subscribing, you MUST VALIDATE your account in order to receive emergency notifications.
- 2.Once you complete the validation part of registering your mobile phone, the next page will say "You have successfully signed up." You will see a "log in" button for your new account.
- 3.To complete your registration, you must open your account and enter your email address, then click the ADD E-MAIL button.
- 4.You will instantly be e-mailed a verification e-mail you must open and click on the validation link and you're all done!
If you have not VALIDATED your cell phone and e-mail accounts, then please log into your account below at USER ACCOUNT LOGIN. Then, click on SERVICES, your cell phone and e-mail STATUS should say ACTIVE, if it says INACTIVE, then click on CHANGE STATUS or VALIDATE and follow steps. You MUST VALIDATE both your cell phone and e-mail accounts in order to receive KV-Connect messages.
- BridgeValley Connect gives you info on the go. Signup and then receive customized, up-to-date school information such as: emergencies and snow closings. All via cell phone text messages and e-mail.
- Subscribers can self-manage their accounts to register or deactivate the service by logging in at the USER ACCOUNT LOGIN field. Validate accounts, update phone numbers or email addresses, and join available groups.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is BridgeValley Connect just for cell phones?
BridgeValley system can send messages to any device that can receive text message (SMS) through cellular service, such as cell phones, text pagers, and some wireless PDAs. In addition, you can also opt to have the messages sent to your e-mail address.
When will I get a BridgeValley Connect message?
The college has created a well-defined set of situations that would prompt a BridgeValley Connect message. BridgeValley Connect only will be activated when there is a critical need to transmit urgent information to the campus community.
How can I get more information once I receive a BridgeValley Connect message?
Due to the limitations of text messaging, BridgeValley Connect messages will be very brief and contain vital and immediate information. More information about a BridgeValley Connect message will be made available through the other forms of communication available to the college, including messages posted to http://www.bridgevalley.edu/, broadcast e-mails, and announcements to local media.
Will I get advertising messages from KV-Connect?
No. BridgeValley Connect will not be used to deliver any kind of advertising content, and mobile numbers will not be shared with any third parties.
Can my parents or guardian subscribe to BridgeValley Connect?
The college has arranged for a limited number of subscriptions only for BridgeValley students, faculty and staff members.
Does signing up for BridgeValley Connect cost me anything?
There is no cost to sign up for BridgeValley Connect. The only charges you incur would be the normal fees charged by your mobile service provider for receiving text messages.
Why is BridgeValley Connect necessary?
BridgeValley uses a wide variety of methods to communicate with members of the campus community. In recent years, the number of mobile telephones has dramatically increased, and text messaging has become a key method to reach people immediately. The BridgeValley Connect service allows the college to use the most up-to-date communication method to reach students, faculty and staff in the event of an emergency in addition to the college’s other established communication methods.
What if I don’t have a cell phone or my cell phone doesn’t have text messaging?
BridgeValley Connect is just one of the communication channels used in the event of an emergency. It is not replacing any of our other previous methods of communication. It is building on those existing methods to keep up with the latest technology used by many members of our community.