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Seton Hall University

New Jersey Higher Education Mental Health Summit FAQs

FAQs for Attendees 

Directions to Seton Hall University?
Traveling by car – enter 'Seton Hall University' to your GPS.
For directions by Train, Bus, or Air – use this site.

Where can I park on campus?

Everyone who is attending the Summit will receive an email shortly before January 10, inviting them to register their car in advance. If you do this, when you arrive on campus it will not be necessary to stop at the Security gate (we use a license plate recognition system) and you may park anywhere on campus. We recommend using Lot A (P3 on the campus map) or the Parking Deck, levels 2-5 (P6 on the campus map).

If you do not register your vehicle in advance, you must stop at the security gate when you arrive on campus for a Guest Parking Pass.

There is no charge for parking.

How about a map of campus?
Absolutely – just download one here.
There will also be ample signage on campus for the Summit.

Are there local hotels if I want to stay nearby the night before the Summit?
Yes – please use the listing available here. Note that some hotels provide a discount if you mention you are visiting Seton Hall University.

Will food be provided at the Summit?
Yes, included in your registration fee is a light continental breakfast, lunch, and reception at the end of the day.
There is also a full-service Starbucks available on campus.

Is Wi-Fi available?
Yes, there is Guest Wi-Fi on campus. Instructions will be available at Registration.

What if I need accommodations?
Please email [email protected].

Where can I find details about the schedule and breakout sessions?
You can find the different breakout sessions here. In addition, there will be a digital Program Guide available to download prior to the Summit with all the details.

Who will be at the Resource Fair?
Resource Fair attendees will be listed here.

What if I have additional questions?
Just send an email to [email protected]

FAQs for Presenters 

What Technology Will be Available for Me?
All rooms have Wi-Fi, Projectors, and White Boards. All projectors can be connected by HDMI cord (also provided).
Laptops are not provided.

Will PC and Mac Laptops work with the available technology?
Yes. Please note: Mac/Apple adapters for HDMI cords are not available; please remember to bring yours.

Will help be available for technical assistance?

Yes, in a few ways:

  • We will have a brief, virtual Q&A for all presenters before the Summit.
  • Written instructions for connecting to the projector will be available in each breakout room.
  • Volunteers will be available in every building where breakout sessions are held to assist with any needs.

How large are the breakout sessions?
Attendees at the conference do not have to pre-register for breakout sessions and are free to attend any session they choose. So, we will not know until the day of the Summit how many choose to attend each session. We estimate that session attendance will vary from 15 – 75 depending upon the topic.

Will printing services be available at the Summit?
No, they will not. You will need to bring any planned handouts with you.

Are microphones available in the breakout session rooms?
Most breakout sessions are in classrooms where a microphone is not necessary. Those few sessions in larger rooms will have a microphone if needed.

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