After Virginia Tech my university (UW-Madison) did a "review" of their security policies. They came out with an adorable looking little pamphlet on what we unarmed students should do in the event of a VT incident. For the most part it was generic stuff like stay calm, call the cops, don't attract attention...
But their report also rattled on about prevention. Don't get me wrong, I think prevention is way better than having to make a call to 911, but this "plan" was supposed to be about what to do after somebody has already started killing people. It basically said bend over and kiss your bum goodbye, but in politically correct terminology.
I'm glad to see that TX is taking a step in the right direction. The more "normal" it becomes the better chances we have of showing people that ccw on campus isn't a scary panic-causing event.