The following definitions apply for purposes of this policy.
2.1 - "University property" means all University property, whether owned, leased or controlled by the University,
including but not limited to buildings, grounds, and University owned vehicles and
including all buildings and grounds on the Due Santi campus in Rome. For purposes
of this policy only, University property does not include residences leased from UD
Property Management (Tower Village), or privately owned vehicles located on or in
University owned parking lots, streets or driveways to the extent that the privately
owned vehicle is being used to store or transport a weapon and the individual is in
lawful possession of the weapon. Weapons not being stored or transported in a private
vehicle by a permit holder remain subject to the prohibitions of the policy.
2.2 - "University sponsored event" means any event that is sponsored or co-sponsored by the University whether or not
the event takes places on University property, except that "university sponsored events"
shall not include events hosted at a personal residence not owned by the University
2.3 - "Firearm" means any device that shoots a bullet, pellet, flare, tranquilizer, spear, dart or
other projectile, whether loaded or unloaded, including those powered by CO2. This includes, but is not limited to, guns, air guns, dart guns, pistols, revolvers,
rifles, shot guns, cannons and any ammunition for such devices.
2.4 - "Weapon" means any device that is designed to, or traditionally used to inflict harm. This
includes but is not limited to: (1) firearms, slingshots, switchblades, daggers, bows
and arrows, hand grenades, hunting knives, explosives; (2) any object that could be
reasonably construed as a weapon or that is intended to be used to inflict bodily
injury; or, (3) any object legally controlled as a weapon or treated as a weapon by
2.5 - "Explosives" means any combustible capable of causing serious injury including but not limited
to firecrackers, black powder, dynamite, plastic explosives or blasting caps.