As a member of the CCRI community, you have been automatically enrolled in the Rave Emergency Alert system. This system delivers text and email messages during emergencies and when adverse weather conditions affect normal campus operations and is used only in these situations. To opt out of text messages, you can login and delete the mobile number from your registered Rave account profile or text STOP to 67283 or 226787. Use the STOP command with caution as this will block delivery of all Rave text emergency messages. If you opt out, you will still receive email alerts to your CCRI-issued email account.
All students, faculty and staff are automatically enrolled in Rave Emergency Alerts email messages.
For faculty and staff the username should be the name that appears just before the "@ccri.edu" in the CCRI email address and for students it should be the name that appears just before the "@my.ccri.edu" in their email address . An example for faculty and staff is: firstname.lastname@example.org and an example for students is email@example.com. The password is set when you sign-up for the Rave Emergency Alerts service.
Yes. Register here.
If you haven't added your phone number to the MyCCRI system, or you want to update it, you can do either by logging into the MyCCRI portal. This will automatically update your phone number in the Rave system.
If you keep the same number, but change providers, you do not need to update anything.
No. Your email address and cellphone number will not be provided to organizations outside of CCRI.
If you need assistance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-825-1112.
Users are encouraged to add Rave Emergency Alerts to their phone contacts. In the case of an emergency, the alert will display as sent from the college.
On the phone - Call the campus info line at
for recorded information and updates relating to campus alerts.
By email - Check your CCRI email account for the messages relating to campus closures and other emergencies.
Text Alerts - Receive Rave Emergency Alerts text messages.
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