UCI Is a Smoke-Free and Tobacco-Free Campus
UC Irvine is committed to providing a healthy working, learning and living environment for all members of the campus community and its visitors. Smoking-related illness, including those related to tobacco smoke, comprises the largest proportion of preventable diseases.
As a leader in health and health care, as well as environmental research, policy, practice and education, UC Irvine has a responsibility to demonstrate leadership in reducing tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure for our students, faculty, staff and visitors.
This affects everyone on UC Irvine property, including students, faculty, staff, guests and visitors. We ask that all tobacco users be respectful of our initiative.
This policy prohibits smoking on all campus properties including all indoor and outdoor areas. Smoking is prohibited everywhere on campus and at properties owned or leased by UC Irvine, including all parking lots.
Enforcement is educational, and all students, faculty, staff and visitors are expected to abide by current policies.
Smoke and Tobacco Free Policy Task Force
Dan Dooros, Co-Chair
Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
Marc Gomez, Co-Chair
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Environmental Health & Safety and Risk Services
Manager, Mental Health Awareness & Tobacco Programs
Director, Building Services and Housing, Division of Continuing Education; Chair, Communications Work Group
Director of Facilities and Space Planning, School of Social Sciences
Manager, Worklife & Wellness Program
Manager - FM IS System, Facilities Management
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Wellness, Health & Counseling Services
4th Year, Environmental Science B.A.
Dean, Graduate Division
Senior Director of Communications, Strategic Communications
Department of Psychology and Social Behavior
Assistant Director, Environmental Health & Safety, Manager, Fire Life Safety; Chair, Environment Work Group
Director, Campus Recreation
Director, Middle Earth Housing
Assistant Dean, Claire Trevor School of the Arts
Associate Professor, Public Health