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Smoke Free Campus Policy

Approved by Faculty Senate on 3/29/17

Smoking or vaping of any product is prohibited on the campus of Salisbury University. The ban on smoking/vaping includes all SU buildings (whether leased or owned), including residence halls, all grounds, including exterior open spaces, parking lots and garages, on-campus sidewalks, streets, driveways, stadiums, recreational spaces and practice facilities, and in all University-owned or leased vehicles.  “Smoking” is defined as the burning of tobacco or any other substance including, but not limited to, marijuana in any type of smoking equipment, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars or pipes. Vaping is defined as the act of inhaling and exhaling vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or analogous device.

This policy applies to all individuals on Salisbury University’s campus, including faculty, staff, students, parents, vendors and visitors. Faculty, staff, students and visitors who violate the smoking/vaping policy may be denied access to the University campus. Concerns regarding student, faculty/staff and visitor violations of this policy should be respectively referred to the Office of Student Affairs, the Office of Human Resources and the University Police Department.