Tobacco Free SUNY Cortland
As a College dedicated to the health and well being of its students, staff and community, SUNY Cortland was one of the first SUNY campuses to become tobacco free. Tobacco use is prohibited everywhere within the perimeter on all SUNY Cortland property, both indoors and outdoors, as well as in College-owned vehicles and in any vehicle on SUNY Cortland property. This includes the fields and sidelines of Jets Training camp.
Public safety is the top priority for SUNY Cortland and the New York Jets. All visitors to camp will be subject to bag searches before they are allowed entry.
Please be advised that images of camp guests may be used in publications or broadcasts by SUNY Cortland, The New York Jets and the news media. By entering Jets Training Camp, visitors agree to allow this potential use of their image.
Parties wishing to protest or demonstrate on campus must first obtain a permit by completing the Application for Use of the Designated Public Forum (PDF). SUNY Cortland strongly supports the exchange of different views and ideas, but must balance individuals’ rights to free speech with the public’s right to safely enjoy campus events such as Jets Training Camp. During training camp, protestors must remain in designated protest areas, from which they can be seen and heard by visitors without disrupting practice. SUNY Cortland’s protest guidelines are available online.