We’ve Gone Smoke-Free

Smoke-free campus

Beginning fall 2018, Menlo College took the first steps to join thousands of colleges and universities across the country to become a smoke-free campus. There are two designated smoking areas on campus: one adjacent to the O’Brien parking lot, and a second between the two main classroom buildings (Brawner Hall and Florence Moore Hall). Tobacco use in any form is completely banned outside of the two designated areas.

Also, California’s Proposition 64 notwithstanding, using, distributing and possessing marijuana remains illegal under federal law. The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act and the Drug Free Workplace Act require that Menlo College, as a recipient of federal funding, establish policies that prohibit marijuana use, possession and distribution on campus.

Violating the College’s policies may be grounds for discipline or corrective action.

Thank you for supporting the health of our community.