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QuistaAlert automated notification systemOur automated notification system, QuistaAlert, helps PHSC provide a safer environment, enhance emergency preparedness and keep our students and employees better informed. QuistaAlert, allows us to send time-sensitive emergency and other important notifications via voice messages, emails and text messages..

QuistaAlert can deliver a message to up to six phone numbers, two email addresses and one text message per enrollee. Emergency messages (weather emergencies, campus closings, etc.) will be sent to your phone(s), email and SMS (if enabled and opted in). Other important messages about College registration deadlines will be sent to email addresses only.

Cell phoneStudents, if you have not yet done so, log in to WISE and complete the “Automated Message Agreement.” After completing the agreement, click on the QuistaAlert image on the WISE home page to enter your contact information. Following the initial agreement process, you can review and update your contact information and preferences, including the “opt in” option to receive text notifications, by clicking on the QuistaAlert image on the WISE home screen. If QuistaAlert contact information is being updated, information should also be updated in the “User Profile” section of WISE.

Faculty and staff can update contact information and preferences, including agreement to “opt in” by logging in to myBenefits and clicking on the QuistaAlert image.

Important call delivery notes

  • When you receive a QuistaAlert call or text message from PHSC, your caller ID will display 727-847-2727
  • For QuistaAlert emails, the sending email ID will be from
  • When listening to a message, please be aware that background noise will cause the system to “stop and start.” It is delicately calibrated to determine whether a person or an automated answering system has answered, and background noise may affect the delivery. If possible, move to a quiet area, or press the “mute” button on your phone.
  • If you missed any part of the message, please stay on the line and press “*” (star) to hear the message again.