Certain public areas of the campus are designated as “smoke-free.” Classified as “No Smoking” areas are all interior spaces of all buildings and the exterior space within forty (40) feet of the entrances to all buildings.
In order for Rhodes to have an environment that is relatively free of pollutants or other substances that may be hazardous to one’s health, members of the campus community are encouraged to direct those who choose to smoke to areas not designated as “smoke-free.”
Campus areas in which smoking will be permitted are South Neely Hall of the Refectory, the patio of the Bryan Campus Life Center, the north porch of the Briggs Student Center and all exterior space at least forty (40) feet away from the buildings.
All residence hall space is non-smoking; including student rooms, social rooms, and hallways. A violation of the smoking policy is a violation of the fire safety policy and carries the same sanctions.
In effect April 26, 2004.
Dean of Students.