FRCC considers changes following statewide concealed carry ban

Weapons policies In response to a new statewide law banning concealed carry on college campuses, Front Range Community College (FRCC) is considering changes to its policies and procedures. The law, which takes effect on July 1, prohibits concealed carry on all FRCC campuses, necessitating a review of the college’s existing weapons policies.

Previously, FRCC had specific rules regarding weapons on campus, outlining who was authorized to carry them and how individuals could safely possess weapons. However, the new state law requires a more restrictive approach, with concealed carry no longer permitted.

As FRCC navigates these changes, the college’s priority remains the safety and well-being of its students, faculty, and staff. The college is likely to focus on implementing clear guidelines and protocols to ensure a smooth transition and compliance with the new law.

The statewide concealed carry ban highlights the evolving landscape of gun laws and their impact on educational institutions. As colleges like FRCC adapt to these changes, open communication and a commitment to campus safety will be crucial in maintaining a secure and supportive learning environment.

While the specifics of FRCC’s policy changes remain to be seen, the college’s proactive consideration of the new law demonstrates its dedication to adhering to state regulations and prioritizing campus safety above all else.