Kurt Johnson, who has an order of no trespass issued against him by North Central College, has spent the last several days circulating the boundaries of the campus and handing flyers to students and other passersby.

Johnson, who was convicted of murder in 1993 and has faced charges of stalking, applied to NCC’s Master of Leadership Studies program in 2017. After being denied entry, he has been holding solo protests against the College.

On Jan. 22, Dean of Students Kevin McCarthy responded to comments Johnson made to Chronicle reporters on Jan. 18.

Johnson said he sent his transcripts to NCC’s Graduate Admissions office in the fall of 2017. He said he was told he would need to wait until January 2018, when a committee would review his application and decide whether to accept him for admission.

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