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Emergencies at BYU-Idaho

This is a place to go in case of an emergency where you can get more information

I-Prepare

A guide on how the BYU-Idaho community can prepare for and respond to campus emergencies.
Learn how to prevent physical assault and what to do if you are physically assaulted.
Directions and resources if you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault.
Students, faculty, and staff should know how to protect themselves if an active shooter is on campus.
Fires can lead to property damage, personal injury, and loss of life. Learn how to respond to fires safely and effectively.
Follow these procedures in the case of bomb threats, online threats, riots, and assaults on campus.
Learn about procedures if there is a power outage or utility failure during a disaster.
Hazardous substances create extremely dangerous situations if not handled correctly.
How to recognize mental health concerns and available campus resources. If you or someone you know is considering suicide or self-harm, help is available. You are not alone.
Severe stormy weather poses many threats that can affect travel, communication, and physical safety.
Idaho is a semi-active earthquake zone. Any action taken before, during, and immediately following an earthquake might mean the difference between life and death.
Southeastern Idaho has experienced flood emergencies as recent as 2023. Please follow these procedures if you experience flooding.
Be aware of hygiene and health hazards and learn how to prevent illness.
Emergency Phone Numbers

Security Office: 208-496-3000

Student Health Center: 208-496-9330

Rexburg Fire Dept: 208-359-3010

Madison Memorial Hospital: 208-359-6900

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