CU Bans Guns in Dorms, Ticketed Events

BOULDER, Colo. — The University of Colorado (CU) is banning students from bringing guns into the Boulder campus’ dorms, as well as preventing permit holders from bringing guns to ticketed events such as football games.

The state Supreme Court ruled in March that CU cannot ban concealed-weapon permit holders from bringing guns onto campus, the Daily Camera reports. The ruling prompted university officials to review contractual agreements for students who live in the dorms and family housing units. Residents with concealed-carry permits will be allowed to keep weapons in a limited number of family housing units.

Students in these family housing units must sign contracts stating that they will lock their guns in safes when they leave their cottages or apartments.

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