Campus Carry Takes Effect on 50th Anniversary of UT Tower Shooting

The Texas "Campus Carry" law takes effect on the 50th anniversary of the University of Texas tower shooting.

In an interesting twist of fate, the hotly debated "campus carry" law takes effect on the 50th anniversary of the University of Texas tower shooting.

The Texas open-carry law specifically does not apply to college campuses, where handguns must be concealed and holstered. However, many schools are opting out of campus carry, and schools may also designate gun-free zones.

To ensure you stay compliant with open-carry and campus-carry, check your school's restrictions. If you are arrested for violating the law, contact us.

Read the full Fox News story 'Campus Carry' goes into effect as Texas remembers UT Tower shootings 50 years later.