Code Purple is a state-of-the-art emergency notification system that gives Tarleton State University the ability to communicate health and safety emergency information quickly, regardless of your location.
Users will receive notifications through text message and email of closings or delays due to weather, crime, or other events that pose a threat to those on or coming to campus.
All students, faculty, and staff:
- information will remain private and won’t be sold or shared to third parties
- have the right to opt-out of this service at any time
- may add up to 2 cell phone numbers and 2 email addresses to their accounts by logging into e2Campus
Log in to e2Campus using your go.tarleton.edu email address and UID number as their password.
Log in to e2Campus using your tarleton.edu email address and UIN as their password.
What is e2Campus?
Code Purple is powered by e2Campus, a national mass notification solutions provide that allows designated university administrators to send time-sensitive messages to the mobile phones, email, and/or pagers of Code Purple subscribers.
E2Campus also has strict “Zero Spam” and usage policies for the information used by and for the Code Purple service Contact information you provide to the Code Purple service will only be used for delivering health and safety emergency information through e2Campus.
You will never receive unsolicited messages or "SPAM" in your email account or on your mobile device from Code Purple, e2Campus, or 3rd party marketers.
Texas HB 2758
Texas HB 2758 mandates that all faculty, staff, and students of any State of Texas institution of higher education be registered into an emergency notification system, however, users may opt-out at any time.