No Smoking signs or the international no smoking symbol will be posted at major entrances of all university buildings except for those campus residences where smoking is permitted.
Where is smoking permitted?
Smoking is permitted outdoors on university property except during organized events which have been designated as "No Smoking." Individuals choosing to smoke outdoors must be 25 feet from doorways, open windows, enclosed walkways and ventilation systems to prevent smoke from entering enclosed buildings and facilities, and to prevent public access from being denied to an individual with a respiratory medical condition.
In accordance with Housing and Residential Life policies, smoking is permitted in those units which constitute private residences; when everyone in the shared residence is a smoker or at the discretion of each Family Housing unit.
Where is smoking prohibited?
- All enclosed buildings and facilities including classrooms, offices, food service venues, lavatories and most residence halls
- Within 25 feet of building entrances and exits (when reasonable) and fresh air intake grills unless it is a specially designated smoking area
- Partially or fully enclosed walkways, corridors, elevators
- Vehicles owned, leased or rented by the University
- Within 50 feet of any area where flammable materials are handled or stored or where other significant fire hazard may exist
- Indoor athletic or other University-sponsored or designated events