Recommendation for a Smoke-Free Campus
Senate Policy 908.1
Michigan Technological University should prohibit smoking in all university buildings
including private offices, and at all campus functions unless accommodations have been made
to provide separate ventilation for a designated smoking area. This policy shall apply equally
to students, faculty, staff, administration, and visitors. The university should also prohibit the
advertising and sale of tobacco products and smoking paraphernalia on campus. This policy
should take effect September 1, 1994.
(Modified and Implemented Proposal)
Smoking is prohibited in all University buildings, including private offices, and
at all campus
functions, unless accommodations have been made to provide separate ventilation for a
designated smoking area.
Residence halls are exempted from this policy, but residents may choose to implement
policy through their own governance process.
This prohibition shall apply equally to students, faculty, staff, administration, and visitors.
This policy shall take effect on September 1, 1994.
Adopted by Senate: April 6, 1994
University Policy (Proposal 16-94 modified) effective September 1, 1994
Policy 908.1 was rescinded: 23 January 2013
This policy is no longer in agreement with BOC and Administration Policy
Senate rejected Proposal 7-13 which would have amended this policy
to be in line with the BOC and Administration Policy