As of August 22, 2010, there is no smoking allowed on the Salisbury University campus. This includes all buildings and residence halls, as well as anywhere on the grounds and in exterior open spaces. The campus boundaries, which are now smoke-free zones, are illustrated in green on the map below.
When smoking in areas around the campus perimeter, please be considerate of health-conscious individuals who wish to avoid secondhand smoke, especially those who are exercising.
The smoke-free policy is intended to reduce the health risks related to smoking and secondhand smoke for the campus community. Research shows that there is NO risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke. Smoke contains toxic and carcinogenic chemicals that cause thousands of deaths from lung cancer and heart disease each year.