Emergency Management

Hurricane Season: June 1st thru November 30th Be Prepared!

Our Preparedness Plan

Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi operates under an Emergency Management Plan. Appendix 4 of the Emergency Management Plan is the Hurricane/Tropical Storm Defense Plan. The Hurricane/Tropical Storm Defense Plan is designed to safeguard students, faculty and staff and to protect campus facilities in the event of a hurricane or tropical storm. The plan covers responsibilities and courses of action for students, faculty and staff throughout the hurricane season. The University utilizes an Incident Command System, where administrators and others throughout the campus continually monitor tropical disturbances, tropical depressions, tropical storms, and hurricanes to determine if there is the likelihood of an impact to the University. In an emergency, these individuals, through this structure, will engage all necessary procedures to support the University’s people and facilities.

Emergency Management Plan (TBD)

Quick Reference Guide to TAMU-CC Emergencies

How We Communicate

Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi uses many methods and outlets for communicating to students, faculty, staff and the greater community the current situation of a hurricane/tropical storm and what plans are going into effect. You can learn more about the many ways the University communicates at:

Code Blue

Monitoring the Weather

Weather monitoring services are valuable tools for tracking storms and helping prepare for a possible emergency situation. The following links may provide you with useful information:

National Hurricane Center

The Weather Channel Hurricane Center

Tropical Weather & Hurricane Tracker (Weather Underground)

Finance & Administration Disaster Recovery Forms

Activity Log (ICS 214)

Daily Burn Rate Calculation Report

Daily Purchasing Log

Emergency Operation Center Employee Tracking Timesheets

Volunteer Tracking Form