U. of Ill. strengthens smoke-free campus policy
Officials at the University of Illinois say they will start enforcing a new smoke-free policy on Monday.
The university’s new rules a 2014 policy that banned smoke-producing tobacco products. Now all forms of tobacco, including chewing tobacco and snuff, along with vaping devices are also prohibited. The policy applies to students, faculty, staff and visitors anywhere on campus, indoors or outdoors. It also applies to private vehicles that are parked on campus.