Tobacco Free

Seattle U is tobacco free!

To promote a safe and healthy educational and work environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors, Seattle University has adopted a tobacco and smoke free campus policy.

The policy

The use or sale of tobacco products is prohibited on and within all Seattle University owned, leased, or managed property and at university sponsored off-campus events. Products approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the uses of mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease are permitted under this policy.

This policy applies to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

What's permitted?

Products approved by the FDA for tobacco cessation therapy such as gums, patches, and lozenges.

Tobacco Products Defined

Tobacco Products refers to cigarettes, cigars, pipes, all forms of smokeless tobacco, clove cigarettes, and any other smoking devices that use tobacco (e.g. hookahs), and nicotine delivery devices that simulate the use of tobacco (e.g. electronic cigarettes, vaping).

Where is tobacco use permitted?

Tobacco use is permitted off campus, including public sidewalks. In accordance with state law, smoking is prohibited within 25 feet of any door, window, or air intake.

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