In Case of Emergency
Call 911 from any campus phone to report an emergency. Do not dial 9 first to get an
outside line. Just dial 911.
From a cell phone, call (408) 924-8000.
Other Important Foothill Phone Numbers
Non-Emergency Police Dispatch:
Multimedia Classroom and Computer Technical Support:
Stay Connected to Foothill
Emergency Notification System
FREE ENS Is Your On-Campus Emergency Alert Service
ENS capable of rapidly sending voice, e-mail and text* messages to all faculty, staff
and students. To add or update your contact information for the free ENS service,
access your MyPortal.fhda.edu
account and follow the instructions listed in the Set Up Emergency Notification section.
Foothill College and De Anza College have an emergency notification system (ENS) that is
capable of rapidly sending voice, e-mail and text* messages to all faculty, staff and
students. In the event of an emergency, including a power outage, campus closure or other
urgent situation, we can notify students and employees via text message. During critical
situations, Foothill-De Anza officials use the ENS service to provide emergency details
and information on the appropriate response to all students and employees. Emergency
messages will be sent via e-mail and to all phone numbers that you have signed up for
the free ENS service, and can include your work, home, cell and text.
To add or update your contact information for the free ENS service, access
and follow the instructions listed in the Set Up Emergency Notification section. Be certain
that your contact information is complete and accurate. The contact information used by the
ENS service is drawn from the Foothill-De Anza employment record database as well as data
provided by students who opt in to the service.
The Foothill-De Anza ENS service will not be used for any purposes other than FHDA
emergency communications and system testing. Be aware that mobile phone carriers require
recipients of text messages to opt in to the Foothill-De Anza ENS service via their mobile
phones. *Your mobile phone carrier may assess charges for receiving text messages, and you
are responsible for paying them. Contact your carrier for more information.