Smoking Restrictions in U.S. States
Is a tobacco-free state, however, there may be made some exceptions for use of tobacco products outdoors near student residence halls. and conference centers.
Use of tobacco products is prohibited indoors and within 10 feet of building entrances.
Smoking is prohibited indoors and near buildings outdoors including Beaver Stadium.
Becomes smoke-free from January 1, 2014. no smoking permitted inside or outdoors on campus, including private vehicles.
Smoke-free state by law.
Tobacco-free from January 1, 2012, except for Native American ceremonies, theatrical productions, some campus retail locations, Nationwide Arena and designated outdoor zones at the Schottenstein Center.
Smoking is prohibited indoors but is permitted in designated private residences or hotel rooms including near building entrances. Sale of tobacco products is prohibited on university grounds.
Smoking is prohibited indoors and within 25 feet of building entrances but is allowed at theater performances, Native American ceremonies, research studies and private vehicles.
Smoking is prohibited indoors and within 25 feet of building entrances, but is permitted in designated areas. University apartment and hotel rooms can be designated smoking areas.
- Temporary Smoking Locations Designated
- Smoke-Free Campuses Trendy in American Universities
- Northwestern State University to Go Tobacco-Free
- University of Alaska Anchorage Considers Smoking Ban
- Smoking Ban in Campus Begins at Ohio State