Caught in an emergency and need to think fast? There’s an app for that.

The Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) is proud to announce the launch of our new safety and security mobile app, HSC eduSafe, available for both Apple and Android phones and tablets.

HSC eduSafe app screenshot

HSC eduSafe app screenshot

HSC eduSafe features access to emergency procedures, easy signup for the HSC Alert text message service, security escorts and parking maps for each of the TAMHSC campuses. Users can now access essential emergency procedures anywhere, at any time, without a Wi-Fi or data connection.

From a suspicious person to natural disasters, HSC eduSafe will help you handle any situation. Previously, these instructions were only available online or in bulky flipcharts. But with our new app, these procedures are now accessible on your mobile phone.

Witness something questionable on campus? HSC eduSafe also presents a form allowing users to report any hazardous conditions directly to TAMHSC officials. This form can also be submitted anonymously, if desired.

Walking on campus and feeling unsafe? Our app allows users to request a security escort to walk them to any building or parking lot on campus. A direct phone line will connect you to your campus security desk, where campus security will send an officer to assist you.

Need to locate a parking lot on campus? HSC eduSafe features maps of all on-campus parking lots and buildings.

Users can also manage their TAMHSC parking account by paying citations, appealing citations or purchasing permits directly through the app.


HSC eduSafe - Texas A&M Health Science Center



— Kendall Cherry

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