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Student Night Auxiliary Patrol provides safety escorts around campus to Georgia College students. With the new web app for Android, Blackberry and iPhone requesting a safety escort is easier than ever.


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SNAP Hours

Monday: 8 p.m. to Midnight
Tuesday: 8 p.m. to Midnight
Wednesday: 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Thursday: 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Friday: 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.


SNAP Application

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The Multimedia Technology Center in collaboration with SNAP have developed a web application for Android, Blackberry and iPhone allowing Georgia College students to request a safety escort to and from specific locations on campus.

The SNAP application can run on the following phones, but may not be compatible with all versions: iOS, Android, BlackBerry™, Bada, Windows® Phone, Palm webOS™, Symbian, and MeeGo™
You can also access the application from any computer with internet access. The application is not compatible with the Firefox mobile browser, Safari and Chrome are prefered.


Open the SNAP Application
Once the SNAP Application is open in your phone's web broweser

-Press Menu
-Select Add Bookmark

-Press the arrow icon located on the bottom menu bar
-Select Add Bookmark, this will add the website to your bookmark list
-OR Select Add to Home Screen, this will add an icon to your home screen making accessing the website quick and easy


Upon opening the application for the first time you will be prompted to enter your first and last name, phone number and a 4 digit security PIN. The security PIN insures that only you can see your escort requests. You can change this information at any time in the settings tab.

Make a RequestMake a Request-
After entering your information you are ready to make a request. Back on the home screen click on 'Make a Request'. Choose one of the designated pick-up and drop-off locations as well as the size of your part and click submit. You will be notified once your request has been successfully submitted.



Request StatusCheck Status-
Once your request has been submitted you can check the status of you request on the home screen under 'Check Status'. This feature allows you to communicated with an officer. Automated messages will appear when the officer is en-route to pick you up.


The SNAP application also gives you quick and easy access to local emergency numbers. These numbers are located under the 'Emergency Numbers' tab.


Other useful information, such as SNAP's hours of operation, can be found in the 'About' tab.


The'Settings' tab allows you to change your name, contact number and 4 digit PIN. Click 'Save' after making any changes.

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