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Tobacco Free UND
UND is a tobacco free campus; however tobacco use is allowed on city sidewalks and streets. Compliance with this policy is the shared responsibility and the right of all UND staff, students, and faculty members. The success of this policy will depend upon the courtesy, respect, and cooperation of users and non-users of tobacco products. To report a policy violation, please contact the Environmental Health and Safety Office at 701.777.3341 or make an anonymous report to University Police (http://und.edu/finance-operations/university-police/report-a-crime.cfm). Look at the Tobacco Free UND map to help you navigate where tobacco use is prohibited and allowed.
If you are ready to quit using tobacco or know someone who is, stop by the Health & Wellness Hub where you can receive a FREE QuitSmoking Kit or QuitSpit Kit, packed with tools to help you on your journey to being tobacco free.
NDQUITS offers several FREE ways to help you quit, including Phone (North Dakota Quitline: 1.800.QUIT.NOW), Online (North Dakota QuitNet), and Mobile (Access North Dakota QuitNet with your mobile device).
Students can set up a quit tobacco appointment at UND Student Health Services and medications are available for purchase in the pharmacy.
Benefitted faculty, staff and their dependents can access up to $700 to help cover the cost of medications, a health care provider visit, and quit support through the NDPERS Tobacco Cessation Program (1.800.223.1704).