Temple University has recently implemented a Tobacco Free Policy, which extends to the Ambler campus, as well. As stated in the policy, “The tobacco-free campus policy applies to all U.S. Temple University facilities, properties and vehicles.”
Tobacco is defined in Temple’s new policy as all tobacco-derived or tobacco-containing products, including but not limited to:
- cigarettes (e.g. clove, bidis, kreteks, cigars and cigarillos);
- electronic cigarettes;
- hookah-smoked products;
- oral tobacco (e.g. spit and spitless, smokeless, chew, snuff);
- nasal tobacco;
- nicotine delivery devices; and
- other products that mimic tobacco products, contain tobacco flavoring, or deliver nicotine.
Learn more about the Temple University’s Tobacco-Free Policy here.