Darren Hagood, 2014 alumnus, was arrested on campus April 1 outside of the campus center after complaints were issued to ACUPD.
ACUPD received multiple calls and complaints about an individual with a noose around his neck, no shirt on and a message painted on his chest.
After Hagood refused to give ACUPD his name or move to an unrestricted area, he was arrested. He was then charged with Class B Criminal Trespass with a $500 bond.
The university said in an official statement that ACU welcomes peaceful discussion and dissent and has channels in place for those conversations to take place, including a written approval process.
As well, ACU has welcomed Hagood to have a discussion about his concern about the campus.
According to an Instagram post made by Hagood, he was invited by the university to speak at Summit as an alumnus. Hagood was an activist for black students on campus when he was a student as well.
This is a developing story.