Winston-Salem, NC -- For the second time this year, Wake Forest University is increasing security because of crime.
The Winston-Salem Journal reported campus police are closing one school entrance after students were robbed, including one held up twice at gunpoint.
School officials announced the new security measures Friday in a campus email.
Wake Forest police will staff the gatehouses on University Parkway and Reynolda Road between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The entrance on Polo Road will be closed between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Police also will increase patrols in the southern area of the campus.
Students told WFMY News 2, despite the crime, they don't feel unsafe on campus.
"The school does a really good job of keeping us informed and up-to-date, just so that we're alert and aware," said Laini Davis, a graduate student. "I don't necessarily feel threatened when I come on campus or just living in the neighborhood."
Campus police do not know if the robberies are related, what they're working with the Winston-Salem Police Department.
In February, the school increased patrols in certain parking lots and dorms on the north side of campus because of off-campus incidents, including car break-ins and home invasions.