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Tobacco Products, Policy on Sale of (All-University)

Policy
Purpose: 

To discontinue the sale of all tobacco products by the University of Kansas and its affiliated corporations and by any other organization or person on the premises of the University of Kansas.

Applies to: 

All facilities of the University of Kansas and its affiliated corporations and to any other organization or person on the premises of the University of Kansas.

Campus: 
Lawrence
Edwards
Parsons
Juniper Gardens
Yoder
Medical Center, Kansas City
Wichita
Salina
Topeka
Policy Statement: 

The University of Kansas prohibits the sale of all tobacco products in facilities owned or operated by the University of Kansas and its affiliated corporations and by any organization or person on the premises of the University of Kansas.

Contact: 

Lawrence Campus:
Diane Goddard
Vice Provost for Finance
Office of the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
785-864-4904
provost@ku.edu

KU Medical Center Campus:
Steffani Webb 
swebb@kumc.edu

Approved by: 
Chancellor
Approved on: 
Friday, February 5, 2010
Effective on: 
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Definitions: 

“Tobacco products” includes, but is not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco and other forms of  “smokeless” tobacco

Keywords: 
Tobacco, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless
Change History: 

06/21/2018: Updated KUMC contact information and added KUMC link. 
07/01/2010: Policy in effect.
02/05/2010: Policy approved by the Chancellor.
Approved by the Chancellor on February 5, 2010; Effective date:  July 1, 2010

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