Smoke Free UNT

Starting January 1, 2013, The University of North Texas will be a Smoke-Free Campus.

In order to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with a healthy, welcoming environment, UNT’s Smoke-Free Campus Policy prohibits smoking anywhere on university property and limits the use of smokeless tobacco products and electronic cigarettes on the UNT campus. This will be a community enforced initiative so we ask for community members to please respectfully inform people of the policy if they are not in compliance. University community members can read the full Smoke-Free Campus Policy at the UNT policy site.

UNT’s Smoke-Free Campus Policy is not about reforming or excluding smokers. It's about protecting those who don't smoke. It will protect the health and well-being of all students, faculty, staff and visitors on the UNT campus.

UNT is committed to providing students, faculty and staff who wish to stop smoking with access to the resources they need. For more information on available smoking cessation programs, visit the Ready to Quit? page.

For more information about the effects of smoking on the body, check out this infographic.

 

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