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Green = Concealed Guns permitted by State Law
Grey = Concealed guns permitted by State law but schools limit locations/who carries
Red = Concealed guns not permitted by State law
Yellow = Schools decide weapon policy
Blue = Concealed guns permitted in locked cars in parking lots ONLY

Summary for Firearms at Colleges

Alabama:   Subject to college administrative policy
Alaska:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Arizona:   Guns may be in vehicles on school campuses. As to campus carry, schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Arkansas:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries.
California:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
Colorado:   Concealed carry allowed by law
Connecticut:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Delaware:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
District of Columbia:   Prohibited by law even in a vehicle.
Florida:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Georgia:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Hawaii:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Idaho:   Concealed carry allowed by law
Illinois:   Permittees may have a firearm in the vehicle but this is subject to college specific policies. Concealed carry on campus prohibited by law.
Indiana:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Iowa:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Kansas:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
Kentucky:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Louisiana:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
Maine:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Maryland:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Massachusetts:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
Michigan:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
Minnesota:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Mississippi:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
Missouri:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
Montana:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Nebraska:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Nevada:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
New Hampshire:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
New Jersey:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
New Mexico:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
New York:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
North Carolina:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
North Dakota:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Ohio:   Forbidden, unless specifically permitted
Oklahoma:   Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots
Oregon:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
Pennsylvania:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Rhode Island:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
South Carolina:   Allowed by permittee in closed compartment within vehicle
South Dakota:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Tennessee:   Concealed carry allowed by law
Texas:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
Utah:   Concealed carry allowed by law
Vermont:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Virginia:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Washington:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
West Virginia:   Schools individually decide the weapons policy.
Wisconsin:   Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
Wyoming:   Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law.
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