WILLIAMSBURG — William & Mary will conduct a test of its emergency siren on Wednesday, Dec. 22 at 12:15 p.m.
The test will just be the siren, not the mass notification messaging system.
The 120-decibel siren system includes three speaker stations across campus including Integrated Science Center, at the Law School on South Henry Street and on top of the School of Education building off Monticello Avenue.
In the event of a real emergency, community members who hear the siren should check for information on the university’s website.
Additional information regarding the university’s emergency response planning, along with other emergency resources, is available through our Emergency Response Guide and Emergency Operations Plan. University emergency notifications are also available through the William & Mary News Facebook and Twitter pages.