Tobacco Free Community

Loyola will be a 100% tobacco-free campus starting August 1, 2015.

Let's Share Clean Air

Inspired by the Jesuit commitment to cura personalis, Loyola University New Orleans is committed to promoting a healthy and safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Loyola University New Orleans acknowledges and supports the findings of the Surgeon General that tobacco use in any form, active and passive, is a significant health hazard. In light of these health risks, and in support of a safe and healthy learning and working environment, Loyola University New Orleans has set the following Tobacco Free Policy to be implemented on campus beginning August 1, 2015.

The purpose of this Policy is to provide direction for a Tobacco Free Community at Loyola University New Orleans, to promote a healthy campus environment by decreasing community exposure to secondhand smoke, to assist those who wish to stop smoking through cessation programs and to prevent student smokers from developing a lifelong smoking habit.

View our new Tobacco Free Community Policy »

To anonymously report a violation of this policy, please file a report with the time and location of the incident.

 

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