The possession of any weapon (as defined in local, state and federal statutes, and includes, without limitation, firearms, knives and explosives) on any University campus is strictly prohibited. This prohibition applies to all facilities owned, leased or otherwise controlled by the University, and whether academic, residential or otherwise. Failure to comply with this Policy may result in disciplinary action by the University (up to and including, in the case of a student, suspension or expulsion and, in the case of an employee, termination of employment) and also may result in criminal prosecution. In addition, the University reserves the right to confiscate the weapon. This Policy applies to all members of the University community as well as all visitors and guests, and regardless of whether the possessor is licensed to carry that weapon.
The full Weapons Policy can be found here.
More information regarding Yeshiva University's security policies and procedures can be found at www.yu.edu/safety-security/security-policies-and-procedures/
For more information on the safety and security at Cardozo School of Law, please see the Security webpage.