Colleges and Universities are prioritizing student safety – and they’re choosing KeynectUp


KeynectUp has ensured student safety for new collegiate partners this summer!


We’re working hard to provide enhanced safety for students on campus and abroad. Check out some of our latest collegiate clients who’ve picked us for our values of safety and simplicity:

  • Yale University
  • Mount Ida College
  • Arkansas State University
  • Europe Study Center
  • SUNY Brockport
  • Otterbein University
  • On Call International
  • SUNY Cortland
  • Belmont University
  • Jamestown Community College
  • University of Portland
  • Nazareth College
  • Bradley University
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • Auburn University
  • Stanford University
  • University of Missouri School of Journalism
  • ISEP
  • SUNY Fredonia
  • The University of Iowa
  • Bates College
  • Hamilton College
  • Texas Tech University
  • Westmont College
  • The American College of Thessaloniki
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Alabama
  • SUNY Geneseo
  • Syracuse University


Have you seen our latest features?


We’ve been adding new, easy-to-use features to the KeynectUp platform this summer. Our latest is Well-Check Texting. With well-check texting, safety for study abroad students is improved immensely.




Say you’re the head of a university’s study abroad department working out of the US office. You have a group of 35 faculty-led students studying in London for the semester. It’s 7pm and you’re watching the evening news at home; suddenly, an emergency alert flashes across the screen. News breaks that an act of terrorism has occurred in Piccadilly Circus.

What do you do next? How can you ensure your students are safe?


With KeynectUp well-check texting, your next step only takes seconds. You pull out your phone and send one quick text to a group of your students’ international phone numbers. The text reads, “Please respond ASAP and let me know if you are safe.” You immediately sign in to your KeynectUp account and watch the student responses roll in. By 7:30pm, 32 students have responded. You send your on-site faculty to track down those remaining three students.


In less than an hour, you can report back to campus that 91% of your students in London are accounted for, and those remaining three students are being sought out.





Responses are easy to navigate; green dots signify a student response, while a red dot signifies no response and a need for action.


Group messaging can also be used to locate lost students.



Want to learn more about group messaging?


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