Recently, the Student Senate at Texas A&M University passed a measure requesting campus-wide concealed carry. As reported by the student newspaper, The Eagle, "The student senate voted 38-19 to ask A&M university officials and state lawmakers to permit concealed carry license holders to bring handguns inside university buildings."
The Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that state colleges and universities can ban firearms, even those carried by people with concealed carry permits, from campus buildings and campus events.
Only a few universities in the country allow students to carry guns on campus, and one of them in Colorado is considering a change.
In Texas, a federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order which will allow two Tarrant County College (TCC) students to stage an empty holster protest at the community college campuses.
FORT HOOD, Texas -- The top commander at Fort Hood is crediting a civilian police officer for stopping the shooting rampage that killed 13 people at the Texas post.
Despite the opposition of university officials, Michigan State Representative Wayne Schmidt (R-Traverse City) has introduced a bill, "that would prevent the state's public universities, colleges and community colleges from banning concealed weapons on campus," the Record-Eagle reported.