Safety & Emergency Communications
Campus is Operating Normally
Power Outages - San Marcos
Power has been restored to all buildings on the San Marcos Campus except Student Retention, Edward Gary Garage, University Events Center, and End Zone Complex. Classes that begin at 1:00 pm and later will commence as scheduled.
Past Updates Feed
Tuesday, October 30
On Tuesday at 6:30 a.m., Utilities Operations will interrupt electrical service to several locations on campus.
This will cause a momentary power interruption of 5 minutes or less for approximately 45 buildings on campus.
The power interruption is scheduled so that the City of San Marcos can transfer the university’s electrical service back to the proper equipment after last week’s outages which were due to failures in two of the city’s electrical substations that supply power to campus.
If you have questions, contact Mario Molina, Assistant Director of Utilities Operations - email@example.com
TXSTATE Alert System
Our alert notification system sends texts or emails to your device during emergencies. Follow real-time updates and get notifications when the situation is resolved.
Prepare yourself before an emergency happens. These resources will help you know what to expect and how to react during different types of situations.
Take control of your well-being while making the most of your time at Texas State by exploring all of our available resources. Learn about these safety-related programs, departments and important phone numbers.
In the event of an emergency, call 911 for ambulance, fire or police.
Nonemergency TXST UPD
512.245.2890 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and 512.245.2805 (all other hours)
Mental Health Crisis
512.245.2208 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and 1.877.466.0660 (all other hours)
Housing and Residential Life
512.245.4663 to report non-life threatening emergencies (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.). At other times, please contact Staff-On-Call in your residential facility.
Environmental Health, Safety & Risk Management
512.245.3616 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and nonemergency 512.738.6650 (only for reporting environmental issues, chemical spills, lab issues or other non-life-threatening safety concerns all other hours) or emergency 911
512.245.7233 (24 hours)