ECU is going Smoke-Free in 2012. As from 1 January 2012, all ECU campuses will become 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 will apply to all University campuses and facilities including carparks, ovals and all University leased premises.
News & events
Free QUIT support is available at ECU's Smoke-Free website.
Vice-Chancellor Kerry Cox commits ECU to smoke free campuses in 2012.
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What our students say
Advice to help you quit
Many smokers have tried to quit smoking in the past, ECU Smoke-Free 2012 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.