All ECU campuses are smoke-free in line with new university policies that aim to provide a healthier clean air environment for staff, students and visitors. The smoke-free initiative applies to all University campuses and facilities including carparks, ovals and all University leased premises.
The ECU Smoke Free newsletters are a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest QUIT smoking support services, techniques for quitting smoking, survey findings, and the changes occurring at all ECU campuses and facilities.
Many smokers have tried to quit smoking in the past, ECU Smoke-Free gives you the opportunity to see advice, and even be coached in your attempt to quit.
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about ECU campuses going smoke-free, support services, second hand smoke, and your rights. Maps indicating "where you can't smoke" on campus.
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