CSU Smoke & Tobacco Free Policy

Beginning fall 2017, all CSU campuses, including CSU Channel Islands, are Smoke & Tobacco Free. This is a big change, and we want to ensure you were aware of the new policy. The following will NOT be allowed anywhere on campus:

  • Use of any kind of smoke-emitting products (i.e. cigarettes, pipes, hookahs, cigars, etc.)
  • Essentially, anything that looks or gives the effects of smoking (i.e. e-cigarettes, vapor products, “vaping”, etc.)
  • Tobacco and Nicotine use in any form (except FDA approved smoking-cessation products when used for this purpose)

If you need assistance, smoking-cessation products and information is available at Student Health Services, located in Yuba Hall (across the parking lot from Sage Hall). 

Meningococcal Disease

Meningococcal (me-nin-je-kok-ul) disease is a potentially fatal illness spread person to person. Living in close quarters increases risk. We require all residents to fill out the meningococcal section of the online housing application prior to moving in: Meningococcal Disease (PDF, 760KB)

Disability Accommodations 

At CSUCI, we work in collaboration with Disability Accommodations and Support Services (DASS) to provide reasonable accommodations within our residential facilities for students with disabilities. Requests must be submitted in advance by following the steps, information, and due dates provided in the Disability Housing Accommodations Form on our Resources & Forms page. 

Consent for Medical Treatment of a Minor

Any residents under the age of 18 must have a Consent for Medical Treatment of a Minor form on file: Minor Medical Consent Form (PDF, 59.5KB)

Update Your Emergency Contacts

For instructions on how to update your emergency contacts, and why this information is important, please see our Update your Emergency Contacts page.

Student Health Services

For more information on health & wellness, please see the following websites: