At Brightpoint, the safety, health and well-being of our students and employees are of the utmost importance. Plans and procedures are continually reviewed, and training takes place to ensure our employees have the best information possible to help them not only respond to but to prevent a crisis situation.

Health and Safety

With health and safety in mind, the college encourages its students and employees to follow guidelines that can help lessen the spread of illness, including but not limited to COVID-19, influenza (flu), RSV, other respiratory illness, and norovirus, on campus.

Emergency Notification

In the event of an emergency, the college will use a variety of methods to notify students, faculty, staff and the public. These methods include, but are not limited to: Brightpoint Alert, employee email, student email, the college website, the public address system, security staff, area emergency coordinators, fire alarms, indoor security call boxes, electronic bulletin boards, and media outlets.

Please note: Brightpoint Alert is a college-specific notification tool and is separate from the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) public safety system, which is used by government officials to send geographically targeted text-like messages about imminent threats to safety, such as dangerous weather, to compatible mobile devices in specific locations.

Reporting an Emergency or a Suspicious Activity or Behavior

If you witness an emergency situation, a suspicious activity or suspicious behavior while on campus, you are encouraged to report it as quickly as possible.

Call 911 for any situation that poses an imminent threat to safety.

Other reporting methods:

Emergency Quick Reference Sheet

Brightpoint has created a quick reference guide that you may download and print. The In Case of Emergency Quick Reference Sheet includes important phone numbers and basic emergency information.

Annual Security Report

Each year, the college creates an Annual Security Report for Clery Act Compliance.