At Yale, we care about your health and well-being. That is why the university has committed to becoming a Tobacco-Free campus. Leading the charge among its Ivy peers, the focus of Tobacco-Free Yale is on improving the health and environment of our overall community.
As of November, 2017, Yale will join over 1,400 other colleges and universities that are already tobacco-free.
Cleaner Air for All!
The goals of the Tobacco-Free Yale initiative are to:
- create a healthier university community,
- foster a campus culture in which tobacco users are supported in their quit attempts and
- become a model for developing a tobacco-free campus.
We recognize that quitting tobacco can be a significant personal challenge and that cessation programs are an integral component in implementing a tobacco-free campus. Yale has numerous resources to help. Visit How to Quit to find out about these resources and available support.
Please visit our tobacco-free site frequently, to learn about upcoming events and to find out how you can help make Yale a healthier place for everyone.
For feedback, suggestions, questions, or concerns, please email us at email@example.com.
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