KU living tobacco-free to uphold a respectful environment

Mission: Promoting a healthy environment for all through a tobacco-free KU.

Objective: The University of Kansas will develop and implement an educational campaign to promote a respectful, healthy, clean and tobacco-free environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors and revise KU’s smoking policy to achieve a tobacco-free KU environment.

The University of Kansas campuses will go tobacco free effective Fall 2018 with an official announcement in Fall 2017.

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