Mercy College Safety App & Alerts
Stay Safe & Up To Date With our App & Alert System
The Mavericks Safe app provides health and safety resources, emergency plans, campus support resources and houses our health screening tool to be completed before entering campus.
Get important news with Mercy Alert - our emergency notification system that sends phone calls, e-mails and text messages to alerts students, faculty and staff when events, on or off campus, threaten safety. Sign up for alerts at mercy.regroup.com
Mavericks Safe App
Health and Wellness Resources: Includes a daily health screening tool and campus resources.
- Friend Walk: Provides a location sharing tool to allow friends or family to track your path to your destination in real time.
- Emergency Plans: Includes guidance on how to react in a variety of emergency situations.
- Campus Support Resources: Access to campus support services.
- Emergency and Non-Emergency Numbers: Quick access for reporting incidents, tips, or concerns.
- Report a Crime Tip: Allows you to inform the Department of Campus Safety about an incident on campus.
- Trigger Mobile BlueLight: Initiates simultaneous location tracking and an emergency call to Campus Safety.
Daily Health Screening Tool
As we plan to return to campus, you must conduct a daily health screening each day that you are onsite or in-person at another location on behalf of the College. This health screening will include a daily questionnaire required by New York State as part of its reopening guidelines.
The Mavericks Safe App is available to download for free from iOS or the Android Play Store and is your resource to stay connected and make your experience on campus safe and informative. Users are able to log-in using their Mercy credentials. If you have questions about the Mavericks Safe App, please contact the Department of Campus Safety at (914) 674-7225 or email@example.com. Any daily screening data collected through the Mavericks Safe App will be tracked separately from any personnel or student records and will be kept confidential, except as otherwise required to be provided by law or public authority during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employees or students who do not have access to smartphone technology may print a copy of the questionnaire here and show it upon arrival at a Mercy Campus.
Mercy Alert Information
Mercy College uses the MERCY ALERT emergency notification system to send phone, e-mail, text and/or fax message to alerts students, faculty and staff when events on or off campus threaten safety.
How to log in
- Go to https://mercy.regroup.com
- Log in using your current Mercy Connect credentials username & password
- Update how you would like to be alerted with email, text and phone call.
- Click "Save" and exit the application
Review your contact information
How to Update Your Contact Information and Notification Method:
- Go to https://mercy.regroup.com to register or make changes to your profile
- Log in using the current email and password you use to login into Mercy Connect.
- From the profile page, you can add/modify/delete the way you are notified.
- Email Preferences: You can add or remove an email address. You will not be able to remove your Mercy issued email.
- Phone Preferences: You can add or remove as many phone numbers as you like. Select what phone type it is (Work, Home, Cell, Other) and how you would like to be notified, by voice calls and/or text.
- Click “save” when updating information.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Regroup?
Regroup is an emergency alert notification system that allows Mercy College to communicate to students, faculty and staff via multiple methods (email, phone, text, social media) in a timely manner. The communications will be referred to as Mercy Alert.
Why is this important?
Alerts are being sent to you because important information needs to be communicated. Please read these messages promptly and follow the instructions. Additional instructions may follow throughout the emergency.
How do I register for Mercy Alert?
As a student, faculty or staff member, you are automatically registered with an account in the alert system. Your default notification is via your @mercy.edu or @mercymavericks.edu email address. However, we encourage everyone to register mobile numbers and additional email addresses to ensure prompt receipt of alerts on multiple devices. The website to update your information is https://mercy.regroup.com.
How does the alert system work?
In an emergency situation, an alert will be sent by the Mercy College Office of Public Relations or Office of Safety & Security. You may receive several emails and text messages on your mobile device, as well as messages on the website, and Mercy College Facebook and Twitter.
What if I can’t log in to my account?
The system is updated every night. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact Safety@mercy.edu.
How do I unsubscribe?
You cannot opt out of emergency messages delivered to your Mercy College issued email address; however, you can unsubscribe from receiving alert texts to your personal phone or non-Mercy College email addresses by logging into the system and deleting these subscriptions.
Is there a charge for the service?
There is no charge to participate in the Mercy Alert system. However, users are responsible for paying all messaging charges associated with their wireless carrier plans.
Whom do I contact with questions about Mercy Alert?
Contact the Mercy College Office of Safety and Security at Safety@mercy.edu.
Report any suspicious activity immediately.
Emergency situation (Staffed 24/7)
(914) 674-9999 or x9999
Non-emergency situation (Staffed 24/7)
Dobbs Ferry - (914) 674-7225
Non-emergency situation (Staffed during work hours)
- Bronx - (718) 678-8983
- Manhattan - (212) 615-3319
- Yorktown - (914) 455-2174
The Department of Campus Safety is located in Main Hall 234 and is open 5 days a week from 9 am - 5pm.
The Command Center in Founders Hall is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.