Tobacco issues on college campuses can be challenging, expensive and time-consuming.
Many colleges have found a solution to such issues by adopting a tobacco-free campus policy. Adopting a similar policy at your college can eliminate the headaches of managing tobacco use and better position your campus, students and faculty for success.
This website walks you through the rationale for establishing a tobacco-free policy and tells you how to implement one on your campus. You can read about the strong student and staff demand for tobacco-free campuses as well as how a healthier, tobacco-free environment contributes to student success. We will also show you how going tobacco-free will protect your facilities and reduce costs, and give you tips on how to go tobacco-free. You’ll also find frequently asked questions.
Download a complete how-to guide, Making Your College Campus Tobacco-Free as well as case studies from local, tobacco-free colleges:
- Clark College updated case study and letter of support
- Mt. Hood Community College case study and letter of support
- Oregon Coast Community College case study and letter of support
- Tillamook Bay Community College case study and letter of support