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SU announces plans to become a tobacco-free campus starting in July 2015

Syracuse University will become a tobacco-free campus on July 1, 2015, according to an email sent to the campus community Tuesday afternoon.

The university will begin a phased approach to implement a tobacco-free campus for the 2015–16 academic year, according to the email. By July 1, 2015, tobacco products or any products simulating tobacco smoking will be banned on campus, including outdoor spaces. All locations owned or leased by SU in the United States will enforce the policy, with the exception of the Carrier Dome, the Sheraton Hotel, Drumlins and Syracuse Stage. All SU-owned property, include international property, is expected to fully adopt the policy by 2017, according to the email.

The tobacco ban also includes the ban of tobacco industry sponsored events both on and off campus. The advertising, marketing, distribution and promotion of any tobacco product are also prohibited from any property owned, controlled or operated by SU.

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