Here's the link to the Colorado decision: http://www.courts.state.co.us/Courts...10/10SC344.pdf
The Students for Concealed Carry on Campus filed a complaint against the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents and others alleging that the Board’s Weapons Control Policy violated the Colorado Concealed Carry Act and the Colorado Constitution’s right to bear arms. The trial court dismissed, and the court of appeals reversed.
The supreme court holds that the Concealed Carry Act’s comprehensive statewide purpose, broad language, and narrow exclusions show that the General Assembly intended to divest the Board of Regents of its authority to regulate concealed handgun possession on campus. Accordingly, the supreme court agrees with the court of appeals that, by alleging the Policy violates the CCA, the Students for Concealed Carry on Campus have stated a claim for relief. Because the supreme court affirms on statutory grounds, it does not consider the Students’ constitutional claim.
It's a win, but not on constitutional grounds. They could be back in court, should the legislature change the statutes.