A small Ohio school near Dayton could become the first college in the state to allow concealed weapons on campus.
The proposal at Cedarville University would allow faculty and staff with permits to carry concealed weapons.
University trustees will announce a decision this coming week.
A new Ohio law allows individual boards of trustees to decide whether to allow concealed weapons on campus. But so far, no schools have changed their gun policies.
Cedarville closely studied the policy at Liberty University in Virginia, a much bigger institution which allows faculty, staff and students to carry concealed weapons.
Cedarville surveyed its own students, staff and faculty before drafting the proposal.
Cedarville is a private Christian university with about 3,300 student.