Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is smoking allowed in campus buildings or dorms?

Carleton is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is prohibited in all indoor spaces, including but not limited to: all classrooms, all residential living areas, lounges, bathrooms, vending areas, hallways, indoor athletic facilities, dining halls, and social spaces such as Sayles-Hill Great Space and the Cave. Smoking is also prohibited in private offices. Smoking is allowed outside in designated areas only.

  • Office of Residential Life, "Living at Carleton" booklet, 23 March 2005
  • FAQ courtesy of Housing
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