Penn State Fayette runs successful test of PSUTXT system
Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus ran a test of the PSUTXT text-messaging system on Monday, Dec. 7. The campus ran the test to help ensure its functionality in a true emergency. The test message was sent only to those who have valid PSUTXT accounts and elected to receive alerts for Penn State Fayette.
According to the text-messaging system data, 806 test messages were sent and only 10 were designated as undeliverable to subscribers. Those who received the test message on Dec. 7 do not need to take any action.
Anyone who initiated a subscription to PSUTXT and elected to receive alerts for Penn State Fayette but did not receive the test message on Dec. 7 should log into the PSUTXT system by going to http://live.psu.edu/psutxt online.
Once logged in, they should update their cell phone information, and then click on “Services” to have a new validation code sent. Once subscribers receive the validation code, they need to enter it on the registration page on the Web site to complete the process and validate their accounts, according to Mountz.
Subscribers who continue to have difficulty validating their account should visit http://omnilertsupport.com/e2campus/ online.