Evacuation - Campus

Evacuation - Campus

Information on the campus evacuation will be communicated to employees and students by email, phone message, posting on the college's website, or monitors around campus. When the decision to evacuate is made, all persons are to immediately vacate the site in question and relocate to another part of the campus, to a designated off-campus site as directed, or to a safe distance away from Helena.

Evacuation Checklist
In the case of a campus evacuation, use the following checklist to ensure that you are protected and prepared:

  1. Take clothing (3 changes), toiletries, necessary medications, important papers and valuables (money, credit cards, jewelry, etc).  Supplies such as sleeping bags, a portable radio, flashlight and batteries may also be taken.
  2. Keep phone lines open for emergency messages.
  3. Assist other members of the campus community without transportation. If you do not have your own transportation, make plans to ride with someone who has transportation.
  4. Proceed directly to the deisgnated primary Evacuation Assembly Site in Helena at the Civic Center located on the corner of Benton Avenue and Neill Avenue--three blocks south of the campus. If the Civic Center is not available as an assembly site, the secondary Evacuation Assembly Site in Helena is at the Exhibit Hall at the Lewis and Clark Country Fairgrounds--two blocks north of campus to Custer Avenue and six blocks west of campus on Custer Avenue.
  5. Drive safely. Stay tuned to yoru Emergncy Alert System radio station or to social media for further information.
  6. Carroll College will post information on the college's website, if available, regarding when the campus is safe for employees and students to return. Emergency messages will also be sent out via voice mail message and email using the college's emergency messaging system, Regroup.