Emergency Management

Albertus Magnus College is committed to ensure that the Albertus Community is prepared for an Emergency. This web site is designed to inform you about emergency preparations matters, both on campus and at home. Though preparation takes a bit of time and planning, it brings awareness to the choices you may have during an emergency. By preparing both mentally and logistically, you can increase your confidence and ability to handle a real emergency situation.

Winter Storm

Winter storms can range from a moderate snow over a few hours to a blizzard with blinding, wind-driven snow that lasts for several days. Some winter storms are large enough to affect several states, while others affect only a single community. Many winter storms are accompanied by dangerously low temperatures and sometimes by strong winds, icing, sleet and freezing rain. Regardless of the severity of a winter storm, you should be prepared in order to remain safe during these events.

Know the Difference

Winter Storm Outlook

Winter storm conditions are possible in the next 2 to 5 days.

Winter Weather Advisory

Winter weather conditions are expected to cause significant inconveniences and may be hazardous. When caution is used, these situations should not be life threatening.

Winter Storm Watch

Winter storm conditions are possible within the next 36 to 48 hours. People in a watch area should review their winter storm plans and stay informed about weather conditions.

Winter Storm Warning

Life-threatening, severe winter conditions have begun or will begin within 24 hours. People in a warning area should take precautions immediately

Automated External Defibrillators

Albertus has automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in the following locations:

  • Campus Center Room 108
  • Public Safety Office
  • Athletic Center Lobby
  • Athletic Center Trainer’s Room – ground floor

Refer to the campus map to find the nearest AED.

I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Corridor Traffic

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is improving traffic operations along Interstate 95 in Greater New Haven. Their traffic map shows the impact of improvement projects on both local and interstate traffic in the area.