The University System of Georgia has issued guidelines on the "campus carry" law.

Additional information is available on the KSU Public Safety website:

Under the new law, and with a few exceptions, properly licensed individuals may carry concealed handguns in public university classes if they are conducted in buildings and facilities not otherwise exempt from the new law. Licensed carriers may NOT, however, carry handguns to classes where high school students are enrolled. It is a misdemeanor for a licensed carrier to possess a weapon in an area that is exempt under the new law and it will be the responsibility of those license-holders who choose to carry handguns on campus to know the law and to understand where they can go while carrying. Failure to abide by the law may also be a violation of the University's student code of conduct.

It is the responsibility of the student to adhere to USG Guidelines for the implementation of House Bill 280.

Students can determine online through Owl Express if high school students are enrolled in their classes.  Owl Express Instructions: Under Registration Tab, click on Campus Carry Information link.  This information is also available in-person in the Office of the Registrar. 

Note: The information provided in Owl Express is only valid at the Date of Inquiry. The information displayed is subject to change during registration, and as students withdraw throughout the semester.  Students should continue to check Owl Express, as often as needed. This information is also available in-person in the Office of the Registrar or by emailing