SQLtables wrote:well.... the local colleges around me consider a "computer lab" as being a classroom. If a class could, can, or has at one point in time been held there... then I would have to say no gun for you. As far as violating your colleges policy... it may just rank up there with committing a crime... since you may be removed from attending that school as well as many others. Just my thoughts.I don't remember seeing this issue addressed here before...
According to the MSP website, and the back of my CPL, one of the "pistol free areas" isa dormitory or classroom of a community college, college, or university.
Has there been a clear cut ruling on what would be deemed a classroom? Right now I'm sitting in a computer lab, which is sometimes used for class when they need computers, but is an open lab for the majority of the time. Is this a classroom that I cannot legally carry in?
I've beenthinking about this for a while. My college has policy prohibiting weapons, but I'm much more concerned about committing a crime than violating a policy here.