LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The safety concerns came.
"Security on campus I feel is here, but what I'm trying to get onto campus, what do I need to do?" asked Regina Osburn.
"Is there anyway possible that UALR could infiltrate a shuttle system?" asked Renae Blackmon.
Chancellor Joel Anderson got an earful. Students want to know what the university can do more to make them feel safer on campus.
"Anytime you have an event like this, it puts some things in a different perspective. You see some things more clearly," said Joel Anderson, the university chancellor.
He said students can expect more police and a shuttle service to bring commuters who park farther out onto campus.
He's looking at installing more cameras.
"Be aware of what's going on around you, keep your head up, watch, and look. Don't park around cars you can't see around, said Stacy Moak, a professor in the criminal justice department.
Brendon Tucker said students have ample parking on campus.
"They're sacrificing their safety to have a more convenient walk distance time. They think because they're going to UALR, a smaller school, they think they should have a five to ten minute walk," said Brendon Tucker.