What should you do in case of an emergency? The Purdue University Fort Wayne Emergency Procedure Handbook has the information you need to address the most common emergencies you might deal with on campus. The handbook covers all the following: building evacuation, fire, medical emergency, crime and violent behavior, psychological crisis, bomb threat, explosion, hazardous material spill or release, tornado, shelter in place, earthquake, utility failure, and elevator failure. There is also emergency contact information for top administrators on campus in the handbook. Other resources include how to use the campus emergency phones and links and phone numbers to outside agencies.
Find out if campus is closed. We make announcements by 6 a.m. for daytime classes and 3 p.m. for evening classes.