Zero Students Opt For University Of Colorado’s Gun Dorm


The University of Colorado has found no takers for its newly-created dorms for students with concealed-carry permits. Though both its Boulder and Colorado Springs campuses began offering segregated dorms for those students who wish to keep their concealed weapons in their dorms in August, a university spokesman told the Denver Post “so far, no one has moved.” Guns are prohibited in all other campus dormitories. The creation of the dorms followed a March ruling by the state’s supreme court that the school could not outright ban concealed weapons on campus.