CSM.TXT Frequently Asked Questions

What is CSM.TXT?

CSM.TXT is a way to receive emergency notifications and other news with your cell phone via text messages. You can also get messages via e-mail. The service is completely voluntary and you may select to receive specific categories of information.

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Do I have to sign up for CSM.TXT?

No, you do not. You can still access emergency information via the Closing Hotline (301-369-1999 or toll free 1-800-650-4023) or via the CSM Web site at www.csmd.edu/emergency.

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Does CSM.TXT cost me anything?

It is free to register for CSM.TXT. All cell phone text message fees will apply. Contact your service provider for more information.

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Who can sign up?

Anyone can sign up to receive CSM.TXT messages including, students, parents, faculty, staff, spouses, and others.

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Will I be getting spam after I sign up?

CSM will only send information that you request to receive. If you only want to receive emergency information about campus operations (such as closings, delays, internet interruptions or other similar types of incidents), please do not select any other types of messages.

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What if my number, my service provider, or my e-mail changes?

Please let us know of any changes to your phone number, service provider or e-mail address by logging into your account with e2Campus and changing your contact information.

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Can I change which groups of information I sign up for?

You may change your subscription to groups at any time by logging into your account with e2Campus and changing your subscription.

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How do I stop receiving text messages on my cell phone?

To stop receiving messages, login to your account with e2Campus and remove your cell phone from your contact information.

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