Tobacco-free Campus

 

The North Seattle College campus becomes tobacco- and smoke-free effective Fall Quarter 2015.

The college is committed to sustaining a healthy, safe and caring community. This new charter promotes a safe and healthy educational and work environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

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Under the new charter, use or sale of tobacco products is prohibited on and within all North Seattle College property, including parking lots, landscaped areas, recreational areas and buildings.

"Tobacco products" includes cigarettes, cigars, pipes, hookah, all forms of smokeless tobacco, e-cigarettes, clove cigarettes and other alternative products made primarily from tobacco.

Tobacco Charter Information

On the accompanying pages, you will find

  • Frequently asked questions (including the history and rationale for the decision, compliance, contact information for further questions, etc.).
  • Resources for quitting tobacco use for both students and employees.
  • Notes on the progress of the implementation team, which was formed to assess how the initiative is working.

The full language of the charter can be found in this print-friendly version.

Tobacco-free Campus Contacts

Stephanie Dykes Executive Director, Institutional Effectiveness

 

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