With Kansas’ new campus-carry law taking effect next July, university officials throughout the state are working to put together guidelines for their individual campuses.
The plans for Wichita State University and others will be presented to the Board of Regents next week. At this point, it is expected that most universities will permit concealed carry in all classrooms by those who have qualified for and received concealed-carry permits.
According to a report at kwch.com, the only place those with permits won’t be able to carry a concealed firearm is in a building with proper security measures—such as metal detectors and guards at every public entrance—or in areas that are already restricted.
We’ll keep you posted as more information becomes available.