Smoking on Campus Policy

The University of California is smoke and tobacco-free at all campus locations. The use of marijuana is prohibited under federal regulations. Use of all forms of tobacco, including smokeless tobacco products and unregulated nicotine products (e.g. “e-cigarettes”), is strictly prohibited within the boundaries of university-controlled properties, including parking lots. Assistance to students, faculty, and staff to overcome addiction to tobacco, nicotine, or marijuana products is also available through the UC health and benefits plans, Faculty/Staff Wellness Programs, Student Health Center, Faculty Staff Assistance Programs (FSAP), and Counseling Center. For more detailed information about the policy, help quitting, and other resources, see the UCSC Smoke and Tobacco-Free website.