Smoke-Free Campus
A smoke-free campus policy is defined as prohibiting the use of conventional cigarettes, low-yield cigarettes, cigars, bidits, kreteks, and gutkas within buildings (including residential halls), parking lots, walkways, sporting fields and venues, in college fleet vehicles, and on college owned property.  This policy applies to all administration, faculty, staff, students, contractors, vendors, and visitors at all college sites.
 
Tobacco-Free Campus
A tobacco-free campus policy is defined as prohibiting the use of the above mentioned products ­and chewing tobacco (lose leaf, plug, and twist (or roll), tobacco snuf (moist, dry, or sachets), tobacco lozenges, tobacco tablets, tobacco tabs, tobacco strips, and tobacco sticks within buildings (including residential halls), parking lots, walkways, sporting fields and venues, in college fleet vehicles, and on college owned property.  This policy applies to all administration, faculty, staff, students, contractors, vendors, and visitors at all college sites.