Severe Weather Awareness Week: Tornado Drill Day canceled due to weather

As part of Minnesota’s Severe Weather Awareness Week, MSUM Public Safety will be communicating information on various topics this week. The week is designed to remind and educate everyone about the seasonal threats from severe weather and how to avoid them. 

Click this link to be directed to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website for Thursday’s topic on Tornados:  Tornado Safety

Tornado Drill Day on Thursday, April 11, 2019, has been canceled due to a strong snow storm. A make-up date has not yet been scheduled.

In addition to the MSUM Public Safety Department, students, faculty and staff can contact the MSUM CARE Team if they have concerns about a student. This team meets weekly to consult about the best way to help referred students. Some of the reasons you may contact the CARE Team about a student are: suicide ideation, depression, substance abuse, disruptive behavior on campus, making violent statements, you are feeling threatened by a student or general concerns for a student’s welfare. Click on this link to go to the CARE Team website to submit a referral or for contact information for CARE Team members: CARE Team

MSUM Public Safety is here to assist students, faculty and staff. Please contact Director of Public Safety Ryan Nelson at with any questions or requests for presentations.