Most colleges have emergency plans in place, a new survey has found. The survey, by the National Association of College and University Business Officers, found that 85 percent of colleges have an emergency preparedness plan that at least meets the standards set by the National Fire Protection Association; two-thirds of colleges and universities have a plan in place for communicating with students and employees during an emergency, and 77 percent of respondents have adopted an on-campus emergency committee involving officials from a range of departments.
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