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|Northern Michigan University is committed to providing a healthy environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. As of December 2013 the NMU Board of Trustees voted in a resolution that promotes a healthier lifestyle and safer campus by going tobacco-free in 2014. Click to view the full tobacco-free policy.|
Tips to Quit
Northern Michigan University encourages our students, faculty and staff to opt for a healthier lifestyle by quitting smoking. NMU offers many cessation resources including workshops, medication, cessation programs, coaching and much more.
Surgeon General Releases 2014 Tobacco Report
|Cessation Information Workshops|
A series of tobacco cessation information and awareness sessions have been scheduled for current NMU students, faculty and staff who want to learn about quitting options. The sessions:
To reserve a spot at one of the free sessions, call the NMU Health Center at 227-2355.
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|What is Tobacco Free?|
Tobacco-free prohibits all tobacco products as defined by the American College Health Association, including
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|Report to the NMU Board of Trustees|
|During 2013 the ongoing question of whether NMU should become a tobacco-free university was posed again by David Haynes. After extensive research, interviews and surveys the committee made the recommendation that NMU would be safer and healthier as a tobacco-free campus. Click to view the full report to the Board of Trustees.|