02 May 2016
Designated smoking zones
Smoker’s cough street art.
RMIT has been smoke-free for almost two years, with widespread support among staff, students and visitors.
However, the University regularly receives complaints about smoking on council footpaths outside RMIT doorways.
To provide an alternative for smokers that minimises the impact of smoke on others, the University has created two designated smoking zones on City campus – in Rodda Lane (CBD) and O’Grady Place (Carlton).
Smokers are asked to respect fellow staff and students by using the smoking zones. Similar zones have existed on Brunswick and Bundoora campuses since 2014.
If you’d like to quit, RMIT offers information and help for staff and students. Find out more by going to our Quit information and support webpage.
If you have any questions, send them to email@example.com.