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    I have to go to MSU in a few minutes. I am not a student at MSU and need to go to the Vetinary building to have my dog examined. Considering that the Vet. building teaches students how to becomes vets, wouldn't that be considered a classroom?

    Now since I have my CPL, couldn't I OC into a classroom or dorm of a college I am not a student of?

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    Legally, of course you could.

    But I wouldn't, because that is a very well run vet, one which saved my cat's life years ago when no one else could figure out what was wrong with him, and I'd personally suggest avoiding getting kicked out of there.
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    Carry on campus is no longer criminalized at MSU.

    They may, however, ask you to leave, and you may be subject to criminal trespass charges if you don't.

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    I already left before I saw these posts. But I decided to keep my firearm in the truck while we handled our vet issues there.

    So MSU is saying that if you are not a student, that you can CC on there campus, including the vet building Zig (which could technically be considered a classroom because it teaches students who are becoming vets)?

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    T Vance wrote:
    I already left before I saw these posts. But I decided to keep my firearm in the truck while we handled our vet issues there.

    So MSU is saying that if you are not a student, that you can CC on there campus, including the vet building Zig (which could technically be considered a classroom because it teaches students who are becoming vets)?
    You still can't carry concealed in dorms or classrooms.

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