Arkansas Clean Air on Campus Act of 2009
As of August 1, 2010, the “Arkansas Clean Air on Campus Act” will prohibit smoking on each campus of state supported institutions of higher education.
As a state supported institution of higher education, University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College is obliged to uphold the law; therefore all students, faculty, staff, administrators, guests and vendors must refrain from smoking while at the UA-PTC Main Campus and at all UA-PTC sites.
The law defines “campus/sites” as “all property, including buildings and grounds that are owned or operated by a state supported institution of higher education.”
An individual or campus subject to the smoking prohibitions shall not discriminate or retaliate in any manner against a person for making a complaint of a violation or furnishing information concerning a violation to a person, campus or governing authority.
Violators may face fines ranging from $100-$500.
Tobacco use on campus
Effective January 1, 2015 all forms of tobacco use are banned at the UA-PTC Main Campus and at all UA-PTC sites. Additionally E-Cigarettes are prohibited on campus/sites. "Campus/sites" is defined as "all property, including buildings and grounds that are owned or operated by a state-supported institution of higher education."
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