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Frequently Asked Questions
When did the smoke-free policy go into effect?
The smoke-free policy took effect on Nov. 18, 2010.
What type of training is being done to make people aware of this policy?
The university launched the “Smoke-Free UofL” campaign to make faculty, staff and students aware of the policy. This multi-layered campaign has included email, the web, advertising and media. Signage throughout all UofL campuses reinforces the smoke-free policy. Reminders are posted periodically in UofL Today and other university communication vehicles.
What does smoke-free mean?
Smoke-free means that smoking of any substance is not allowed on any of the UofL campuses. This includes cigarettes, cigars, pipes and any other product that produces smoke.
What happens if I smoke on campus?
At this point, the university is not imposing punishments for those smoking outside those areas. We have established the policy, making it clear and expecting our students, faculty, staff and guests to honor the rules.
Does this apply to Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium? The KFC Yum! Center? Jim Patterson Stadium?
The UofL policy applies only to on-campus facilities. However, these facilities already are smoke-free.