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ASU joins the list of tobacco free universities

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Arizona State University is officially a tobacco free university as of Thursday, Aug. 1.

The tobacco free policy was created to provide both the students and the faculty a healthy, comfortable, productive living, learning and working environment.

Tobacco is prohibited on university property, facilities, grounds, parking structures, university owned vehicles and all structures owned or leased by the university.

ASU has joined 800 colleges and universities in making their campuses tobacco free. The colleges and universities have gone tobacco free to protect their students, faculty and visitors from the health hazards of secondhand smoke.

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