The University of Colorado will segregate dorms for students who have valid permits to carry concealed weapons, The Denver Post reports.
The newspaper says student housing contracts at CU-Boulder and CU-Colorado Springs will be amended to accommodate students over age 21 who have concealed-carry permits.
The policy change follows a Colorado Supreme Court decision in March upholding an appeals-court ruling that struck down CU’s gun ban.
“I believe we have taken reasonable steps to adhere to the ruling of the Colorado Supreme Court, while balancing that with the priority of providing a safe environment for our students, faculty and staff,” says CU-Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano in a statement on the university’s website.
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