TigerSafe App

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TigerSafe is available to download free from the iOS or Android app stores. Users can also view and scan a QR code.

Highlighted Features

Friend Walk

The Friend Walk feature allows users to share their location with a trusted friend so the friend can remotely monitor the user's location while they walk to their destination, to make sure the user arrives at their destination safely.


​The new WorkAlone feature can automatically check in on you while you are working or studying alone and can automatically trigger a call to your emergency contact if you fail to check in at the allotted time. 

Emergency Guides

What do to and how to react in a variety of emergency situations. 

Maps and Bus Tracking

Including real-time bus locations and TigerTransit route info.

Campus Support Resources

Help with all of life's challenges. 

Emergency and Non-Emergency Numbers

For reporting incidents, tips or concerns. 

If you have any questions about the app or any of its content, contact EHS at 609-258-5294.

Push Notification Guidelines

What is Changing?

Starting with Android 11, if you do not interact with the TigerSafe app for a few months, the app will automatically be placed in a hibernation state by the operating system. This is the default behavior of the operating system, and it currently cannot be programmatically disabled. Once the app has been placed in this state, it will be unable to receive push notifications until you reopen the app and resubscribe to push notifications.

Instructions On How to Disable Android App Hibernation

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device and tap Apps
  2. If you can’t find TigerSafe in the Recently Opened Apps section, tap on See All Apps and scroll until you see TigerSafe
  3. Once in the TigerSafe settings page, scroll until you see the Pause app activity if unused setting. Make sure the switch is in the “off” position (with the circle on the left) to disable App Hibernation.

How to Verify Android Push Notifications

  1. Open the TigerSafe app on your device. Press the About/Preferences button, and then press the TigerAlert Notification Settings button.
  2. The TigerAlert Push Notification Settings menu will display the status of your device’s ability to receive Push Notifications.
  3. If Push Notifications are Not Allowed, then the app has not been given permission to receive Push Notifications or the permission has been revoked. Press the Check Settings button. You will be pushed out to your TigerSafe app’s notification settings, where you can enable Push Notifications.
  4. If Push Notifications are Disabled, then your app has been given permission to receive Push Notifications, but you are not subscribed to a Push Notification channel. Tap the Enable Notifications button to subscribe to a Push Notification channel.
  5. If Push Notifications are Enabled, then you should be good to go. Use the Push Notification Troubleshooter to send a notification directly to your device and test them out!