That will include visitors to the nearby the Paul Smiths VIC, with its ski and hiking trails.
The change will happen over the next two years, with all tobacco products banned by August 2014.
Tobacco is a known carcinogen that kills nearly half a million Americans every year.
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Brian Mann sat down to talk about the change with Paul Smiths College president John Mills.
"I mean if you want to smoke, I think they should be able to. They're paying a lot of money to come here," said Paul Smiths student Peter Murphy, a non-smoker who thinks his school has gone too far.
"I don't think it's really that big a deal that the campus has to ban it."
But the move drew praise from Christa VanCour, head of the Adirondack Tobacco Free Network.
In a statement, VanCour said the school "is taking an important step in protecting the health of their campus community."
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