Recovery involves steps taken to return to normal operations after a disaster or emergency incident. Some areas and Units of the University may have transitioned to recovery while others are still in the response phase. The transition to recovery should not be delayed because other areas have not completed response operations, except in the case where the same resource(s) is needed by Units that are still in response and those transitioning to recovery. In this case, response requirements precede those of units in recovery.
After a major emergency incident, students, faculty, and staff will be instructed to to check-in with the University by calling the Emergency Information Hotline at 1-800-227-0354. The Recover Miami website at https://recover.miami.edu/ will also be redirected to an outside service provider with additional ways to check-in if telecommunication infrastructure is unavailable or overwhelmed. Family members of students, faculty, and staff should also use the hotline and Recover website to get or provide information about their loved ones.The Emergency Information Hotline and the Recover website ARE NOT an emergency assistance tools. Information is collected to assist in broad recovery efforts and is not intended to substitute for direct communication with family, colleagues, supervisors, or emergency organizations. All individuals must call 911 for emergency assistance, and must contact their supervisor or professor for specific information about interruptions to normal campus operations.
|Life Threatening Emergency (All Campuses)||911|
|Emergency Information Hotline (All Campuses)||1-800-227-0354|
|University Police Department (Gables Campus)||305-284-6666|
|Department of Security (Medical Campus)||305-243-6000|
|Campus Safety (Marine Campus)||305-421-4766 or 305-710-7991|
|Report Suspicious Activity (State-Wide)||1-855-352-7233|