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.

Other FAQs

Site Index

Advising Handbook (back to index)

Assistive Technology (back to index)

Bridge Club at Carleton College (back to index)

Carleton Undergraduate Bridge Experience (CUBE) (back to index)

Gould Library (back to index)

Information Technology Services (OLD) (back to index)

Languages at Carleton (back to index)

Mail Services (back to index)

Moodle Documentation (back to index)

New Students 2017 (back to index)

Office of Residential Life & Housing (back to index)

OneCard (back to index)

Reimagining Email, Calendaring, and Storage (RECS) (back to index)

Student Health and Counseling (back to index)

Three Tables for Stompbox (back to index)

  • What is Stompbox?
    3T4S is a harmonic, issue-based group that advocates secular pulpits for Stompbox amnesty. We participate...