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Tobacco-Free Policy

About This Policy

Responsible Office
Student Development Campus Life

Current state law and University policy prohibits smoking and/or use of tobacco, vapor or similar products inside any campus building.

Effective Friday, September 1, 2017, use of all tobacco products are restricted to on-campus designated smoking areas which are located at least 25 feet from all entries, outdoor air intakes and operable windows. Tobacco products should only be used within 10 feet of each designated location.

List of Designated Smoking Areas

Smoking banner outside Webster Hall
  • Student Center, near the crosswalk by Webster Hall and Lot 17
Smoking Banner near Feliciano
  • Feliciano School of Business near Dickson Hall
Smoking banner in Lot 60
  • Center for Clinical Services, in Lot 60 off of Clove Road

Any member of the campus community may ask an individual to comply with the provisions of this regulation. Further, any individual who fails to comply with state and/or federal law (ie: smoking indoors) is subject to a fine as determined by the local court where the summons is filed.

[Last updated: January 2020]

Restricted Products

Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems

  • E-Cigarettes
  • Vapor products and vaporizers (including JUUL)
  • Dry herbs and wax
  • E-Liquids

Cigarettes

  • Cloves
  • Bidis
  • Kreteks

Oral tobacco – loose leaf plug or twist

  • Smokeless
  • Spit and spitless
  • Snuff
  • Dip
  • Chew

Pipes

Cigars, Cigarillos and Little Cigars

Waterpipes, including hookah

Dissolvable tobacco

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