Smoke-free University. All of our campuses are smoke free.

The University of Adelaide campuses are smoke-free, inside and out.

In addition to the existing smoke-free environment in our buildings and facilities, from 1 July 2010 all outdoor areas, including gardens, sporting grounds and car parks at the University's campuses were also made smoke-free.

We are the first higher education institution in South Australia to establish an entirely smoke-free environment.

Read more about our smoke-free campus in the Adelaidean.

Information for Staff

The University is committed to providing a healthy environment for all staff at our campuses.

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for more details on the University's smoke-free initiative.

One of the most important parts of the Smoke-free Policy is support for those staff and students who want to give up smoking. Please visit the Healthy University Wellbeing Program for more information and support services.

The University's Smoke-free Chapter is part of the University's Health, Safety & Wellbeing Policy and Handbook.

Information for Students

Students who wish to quit smoking are encouraged to contact either the Counselling Service on 8313 5663.