Tobacco-Free Campus Policy

Due to the acknowledged health hazards arising from tobacco products, including exposure to secondhand smoke, Albany Law School's policy is to provide a tobacco-free environment for all employees, students and visitors beginning August 1, 2013. This policy covers tobacco of any kind, including the use of smokeless or "spit" tobacco, and applies to all employees, students and visitors of the law school.

  Use of tobacco or tobacco products is prohibited in or on any Albany Law School facility or property, owned or leased, at any time

  Use of tobacco or tobacco products is prohibited in any Albany Law School vehicle at any time

  Sale of tobacco products on campus is prohibited

  Placement of tobacco advertisements is prohibited in Albany Law School sponsored publications and on law school property

In keeping with Albany Law School's commitment to protect and promote the health of its employees, students, visitors and other campus constituencies, and the public in general, it is the law school's policy to provide a tobacco-free environment in all college facilities and outdoor areas in full conformance with applicable statutes, including the New York State Clean Indoor Air Act (Public Health Law Article 13-E).

Please be respectful of the surrounding communities and private properties located in proximity of the Albany Law School campus.