The University of Vermont is a non-smoking institution, and as of August 1, 2015, UVM will be a completely tobacco-free campus.
This UVM tobacco-free health initiative prohibits all tobacco use on all University-owned or leased property: no smoking, no e-cigarettes, no tobacco chewing anywhere on campus, inside or outside. There will be no designated smoking areas on campus, including parking lots or in cars. This will make a healthier environment for everyone.
In our residence halls, smoking any substance or creating smoke through the use of incense, candles, or other scented or unscented smoke-producing items, including electronic cigarettes and hookahs, is strictly prohibited.
Last updated November 29th, 2016