Project Campus Sentinel is an important government resource for designated school officials (DSOs). Campus Sentinel works to address potential compliance problems before they turn into a national security problem by proving a standard reporting process and reporting resources. Read the below frequently asked questions to learn how Project Campus Sentinel supports DSOs.
Frequently Asked Questions: Project Campus Sentinel
- What is Project Campus Sentinel?
- The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) and Homeland Security Investigations’ (HSI) Counter Threat Lead Development Unit (CLTD) work together through the Project Campus Sentinel initiative to provide an open communication channel for DSOs to report any fraudulent activity.
- What agency is Project Campus Sentinel located under?
- Project Campus Sentinel was formerly under the Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit (CTCEU) in HSI’s National Security Division. CTCEU was relaunched as CTLD as of Feb. 24, 2022. Although Campus Sentinel has been renamed, the initiative still serves the same purpose for DSOs and F and M students.
- What is a DSO’s role in Project Campus Sentinel?
- Project Campus Sentinel is an initiative meant to support DSOs. You can utilize Campus Sentinel as a reporting outlet to proactively share information on suspicious activity. You can also request briefings for your school officials.
- What resources does Campus Sentinel provide?
- Project Campus Sentinel provides resources to help you identify any fraudulent activity and how to report any threats to national security.
Interested in support from Project Campus Sentinel? Reach out to your designated SEVP field representative to learn more.