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RAVE Emergency Alert - Update Your Information Through MyCC

Cambridge College RAVE Emergency Alert

Cambridge College has partnered with RAVE Emergency alert systems to provide the community with the ability to receive text message alerts in the case of an emergency on campus.  Students, Faculty, and Staff can use the below instructions to sign up for alerts by text message.  There are additional RAVE Faq's to assist you with this process.

 

Update Your Rave Contact Information

  1. Sign into MyCC at https://mycc.cambridgecollege.edu with your ID number and password.
  2. Click the Student Services tab at the top of the home page

MyCC Login Banner

 

  1.  On the left hand side of the Student Services landing page, click Rave User Portlet.

MyCC Side Panel with Rave Highlighted

  1. Your Cambridge College email address will automatically be registered to receive alerts. To add a cell phone number and/or alternate email address, click the Update Info button at the bottom of the page.Rave User Portlet Sample

5. Update the fields with your information, and click Save when completed.

Rave User Portlet Edit Window

  1. You will receive a message indicating you have successfully updated your information.

Delete Your Rave Contact Information

Your Cambridge College email address will automatically be enrolled as long as you are affiliated with the College and cannot be removed.  However if you would like to delete your additional email addresses or phone numbers:

Rave User Portlet Delete Window

  1. Follow steps 1-4 above to log into the RAVE Portal.
  2. Delete your information from the Email and Mobile Phone sections
  3. Click Save when completed

If you have any problemswith this process, please review the RAVE FAQs, and then contact the Cambridge College Helpdesk at 1-800-877-4723 ext. 1159 or directly at 617-873-0159 to reach a technician. You can also create an eHelpdesk request at https://helpdesk.cambridgecollege.edu or email Helpdesk@cambridgecollege.edu with your issues.