Most campus buildings are "smoke-free." In other buildings, smoking may be permitted in areas specified by a building representative appointed by the Chancellor. Smoking can never be permitted in classrooms, conference/seminar rooms, building corridors, restrooms, or any public areas of the Library.
"Smoking" is defined as the use or possession of a lighted cigarette, lighted cigar, lighted pipe, or any other lighted tobacco product, or the use of an electronic inhaler that employs a mechanical heating element, battery, or electronic circuit to heat a liquid nicotine solution contained in a vapor cartridge, such as an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, or electronic pipe.
A "Building" is defined as any permanent or temporary structure utilized for the support, shelter or enclosure of people, animals, or property. "Buildings" include, but are not limited to: residence halls, classroom and office buildings, workshops, gymnasiums, shuttle stops, athletic fields, parking decks, stairwells, inside and outside dining areas, vending areas, breezeways, and connectors.
A "University Building" is defined as any Building owned, leased as lessor, or the area leased as lessee and occupied by UNC Charlotte.
"University Property" means University Buildings and grounds owned, leased, operated, controlled, or supervised by UNC Charlotte.
A "University Vehicle" is defined as a vehicle owned or leased by UNC Charlotte.
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