A message from Chancellor Woodson about phishing

Many phishing scams impersonate people you know, like a professor, a colleague or even Chancellor Randy Woodson. 

Phishing is an attempt to trick you into sharing personal information or downloading harmful software. These scams, which often come as an email or text, are becoming harder and harder to recognize — and falling for them puts the entire campus community at risk.

In A Message from the Chancellor about Phishing, Woodson shares three simple steps to keep the Pack safe.