CU’s Chancellor: Classes Can’t Be Canceled Over Legal Guns
BOULDER (CBS4) – Canceling classes because a student is legally carrying a gun is breaking the law, according to University of Colorado’s chancellor.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled CU must allow concealed carry permit holders to have guns on campus. That prompted one professor to say he would cancel class if he was aware a student had a gun.
Dr. Philip DiStefano says not only would that violate the student’s rights, it would deprive the entire class of an education they paid for.