Tobacco-Free at CofC

View Campus MapThe College's Tobacco-Free Campus Policy went into effect on July 1, 2014, meaning that the College of Charleston is now a helathy, tobacco-free environment. The policy stipulates that no use of tobacco is allowed on any campus property, and that covers all forms of tobacco, including smokeless (chew or dip) and e-cigarettes or any form of vaping device. This policy covers all areas of campus, including the College's satellite properties such as Harbor Walk, the North Campus and Grice Marine Lab. (You can click the button here to view the detailed campus map for areas that are covered under the policy.)

As a community, the College has adopted this policy to support a healthy working and living environment and general wellness for its students, faculty, staff and visitors. Overall, the policy is intended to encourage healthy lifestyles. So, if you are a tobacco user who is thinking about quitting, take a look around this website for resources and methods of cessation. And keep in mind that the Office of Human Resources offers cessation workshops on-campus from time to time.