Tobacco Use

Tobacco Use on Campus

Effective Aug. 15, 2014, San Jacinto College has a new smoking and tobacco use policy.

San Jacinto College is a smoke-free and tobaccofree institution, except in designated areas. The website has maps of designated areas, along with the policy and other information.

"Smoking" means inhaling, exhaling, burning, vaporizing, using any form of tobacco (synthetic or other plant-based substances), using liquid nicotine, or using electronic devices.

"Tobacco Products" means all forms of tobacco and nicotine-delivery devices including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, water pipes, and electronic and smokeless tobacco products, including liquid nicotine and chewing tobacco. This definition does not apply to smoking cessation items such as chewing gum, patches, or medication.

 

Helpful Resources:

Maps showing designated areas:
Central Campus  -  North Campus  -  South Campus - Maritime Campus

College Policy

College Guideline

Printable flyer

 

For more information, please contact:

Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management Office
281-998-6183
susana.gonzalez@sjcd.edu