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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 110. Virginia State University
Chapter 10. Firearms and Weapons on Campus

8VAC110-10-20. Possession of firearms and weapons prohibited.

The university's employees, students, and volunteers are prohibited from carrying, maintaining, or storing a firearm or weapon on any university property. Any visitor or other third party attending a sporting, entertainment, or educational event, or visiting an academic or administrative office building, dining facility, or residence hall is prohibited from carrying, maintaining, or storing a firearm or weapon on any university facility, even if the owner has a valid permit. This prohibition also applies to all events on campus where people congregate in any public or outdoor areas.

Any such individual who is reported or discovered to possess a firearm or weapon on university property will be asked to remove it immediately from university property. Failure to comply may result in a student conduct referral, an employee disciplinary action, or arrest.

Statutory Authority

§§ 23.1-1301 and 23.1-2702 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 28, Issue 7, eff. November 16, 2011.

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