Seton Hall students move in under heightened terror threat levels
Seton Hall University officials have made significant steps to ensure that incoming freshmen and continuing underclassmen are safe this year. Increased security measures have been implemented to protect the students amid the increased terrorist threat level.
The freshmen who are living away from home for the first time are welcomed by Seton Hall's three levels of security - university police, contract employment guards, and South Orange County police officers.
Other facets of security are that staff constantly monitors the residence halls, and key cards whose information is recorded onto a computer when swiped are present at all entrances.