TFCCI Student Toolkit - Coming Soon!

Who better to tell the campus community what you need to be a successful student and member of your community than you? The Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative (TFCCI) needs the activism and support of students like you to help end the tobacco epidemic. The goal of this toolkit is to provide you with the resources and tools to help you make the changes you want to see on your campus.

 


How to be Tobacco-Free!

A selection of Guides, Toolkits, Manuals, Model Policies, and other resources that can help you get your policy jumpstarted.


Advocacy Tools

Tools to help you get your campus just as passionate as you are!


Federal Resources

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources has several tools for tobacco prevention.


Organizations

Plenty of other organizations are doing fantastic work to help further the mission of Tobacco-Free Campuses across the country!

General Tools

ACHA Guidelines: Position Statement on Tobacco on College and University Campuses (American College Health Association)

Clearing the Air on College Campuses Survey Report (Arkansas Department of Health)

Colleges and Universities with 100% Tobacco-Free Campus Policies (American Lung Association)

Community Colleges (Smokefree Oregon)

Creating a Healthier College Campus: A Comprehensive Manual for Implementing Tobacco-Free Policies (Wake Forest School of Medicine)

Reasons for Banning Smoking in Certain Public Outdoor Areas (Action on Smoking and Health)

Regulating Tobacco on Campuses (Tobacco Control Legal Consortium)

Smokefree College Campuses (Global Advisors for Smokefree Policy)

Smoke-Free College Campuses (Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences)

Tobacco-Free U: New York State Colleges Expel Tobacco (American Cancer Society)

Tobacco.org (Tobacco News and Information)

University Sample Policies

Arizona State University: ASU Tobacco-Free Initiative

City University of New York: Tobacco Policy Work Plan

Harvard University: Tobacco Free Harvard YardFAQs, and Tobacco Free Harvard Overview

Montana State University: Tobacco-Free MSU

Northeastern University: Smoke-Free Campus Initiative

Ohio State University: Tobacco-Free Ohio State

Pittsburgh State University: Tobacco Policy Task Force

UCLA: Tobacco-Free Environment

University of California, San Francisco: Living Well at UCSF

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Smoke-Free Campus

University of Michigan: Smoke-Free University Initiative and University of Michigan Health System policy (including e-cigarettes)

University of South Carolina: Tobacco-Free USC

Model Policies

Model Policy for a Tobacco-Free College/University (Source: Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights)

Model Policy for a Smokefree College/University (Source: Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights)

Advocacy Guide (Spark)

Tobacco Control Advocacy (American Lung Association)