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Several years ago a policy that prohibited smoking in all academic and administrative buildings on campus was implemented. In August of 1999, all residence halls were also designated as smoke-free buildings.
Outdoor smoking spaces with benches and trash/ash receptacles have been provided outside the residence halls (at least one per complex).
Though enforcement of this policy does not fall within the Honor Code, violations of the policy may include fines and /or referral to the appropriate judicial body for action.
Students who violate the Residential Hall Smoking policy by smoking within 25 feet of any Residential building will receive a $25 fine upon the first violation. Upon subsequent violations, the fine will increase incrementally by $10 per violation (that is $35 for the second violation, $45 for the third, etc) After 3 violations, the student may be referred to the Honor Code Council.