Tobacco Free LCC
Lansing Community College is tobacco free to provide a healthy and safe environment for students, staff, and visitors. Since 1998 LCC has had some form of prohibition on the use of tobacco products on campus. LCC has a goal of being tobacco free by May 12, 2008. Tobacco-free campuses provide students and employees a safe and healthy environment.
January to May, 2008Tobacco-free policy awareness and education efforts will begin in January and be ongoing every semester.
- During Spring Semester 2008, tobacco use will be permitted only in designated smoking areas (an on-campus shelter and non-LCC sidewalks bordering campus; see map (PDF).
Beginning May 12, 2008
Tobacco use will not be permitted on campus property.
- Non-compliance with the policy will be addressed by Public Safety officials (see Compliance below).
- The smoking shelter on the downtown campus will be removed on May 12, 2008.
- Tobacco use in private vehicles will be allowed.
West Campus shelters will remain in place due to the distance
involved in accessing non-LCC property. Find out more about the
specific details for each LCC campus property.
Beginning May 12, 2008, non-compliance with the policy will be addressed by LCC Public Safety officials. Learn how this will apply to students, employees, and campus visitors. Read more
- Campus Details
- Quit Kits
- LCC Board of Trustees' Policy on Tobacco Use
- LCC Tobacco Free Postcard (PDF)
- Smokefree Colleges and Universities (PDF)
- Need information on smoking cessation, environmental effects, and current laws?