Loyola University Maryland

Student Health and Education Services

Loyola University Navigates Going Smoke-free (LUNGS)

Smoke-free CampusLoyola University Maryland is exploring the possibility of becoming a smoke-free campus. The 2017-2018 school year will be a period of time for students, faculty, and staff to express their opinions and concerns regarding a smoke-free campus.


Inspired by the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, Loyola University Maryland is committed to promoting a healthy and safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The purpose of this initiative is to provide direction for a Smoke-Free Campus, reducing the health risks related to smoking and secondhand smoke for the campus community. The intentions of a Smoke Free Campus include preventing students and employee smokers from developing a lifelong smoking habit, decreasing community exposure to secondhand smoke, and assisting those who wish to stop smoking. Smoke-free policies are becoming a standard to foster a healthy environment in colleges and universities alike.

Voice Your Opinion

Please participate in our anonymous and voluntary survey to help us gather information to assess the current campus climate in regards to exploring becoming as smoke-free campus

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For information on quitting please visit:

Faculty & Employees:
Health and Benefits Unit



Contact Zachary Hitchens in Student Support and Wellness Promotion

Maryland State Resources:

Maryland Quitline: 1-800-QUIT-NOW