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I too, work for the U of U. I work at an offsite facility. Even though the law says it is completely legal for us to carry while at work, I can understand your hesitation in exercising that right. If it were not for the assininity of the lawsuit the U of U is pursuing, and which the Supreme Court of Utah has refused to acknowledge as law, I too, would be carrying daily while at work.
Now as to how to conceal on your motorcycle. You could always have your weapon locked up under the seat of the bike, as they usually have a place under the seat where things, such as tools & paperwork can be stored.
It could still be risky, if anyone ever tried to steal the bike, or break into it. Also, How would you propose to go about hiding it there once you got to the campus? You would have to either drive to work with it already locked up, and would have to drive a few blocks before extracting it to conceal on your person as you engage in your evening commute, or other activities.
I also understand how nosey some of our coworkers can be-especially the liberal ones. All I can say is, that I have obeyed the law while working for the U, even though they continue to disobey the law on all sides.
Good Luck! I pray that the Supreme Court gets their collective heads out of their rear ends and makes the correct & lawfully proper decision soon so that law abiding citizens like you & I, no longer have to worry about the unjustified fears of our nosey, liberal colleagues!
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