In the News
Raising tobacco sales age to 21 is best way to prevent lifelong addiction
Tobacco Free Ambassadors Trying to Put Out the Fire on Campus
Student Ambassadors use their own personal motivation to help educate the community
Ohio State's Tobacco Ban Making Some Progress
Time to increase Ohio's tobacco tax to save lives
Ohio State Professor Liz Klein featured in interview regarding e-cigarettes
Ohio lagging on tobacco use cessation, Ohio State experts weigh in
Ohio State not alone: Other Big Ten schools ban smoking
CDC launches new Tips from Former Smokers campaign
Ohio State University Marks Anniversary Of Report That Linked Cigarettes To Death
No butts: Ohio State budgeted $100K on tobacco ban signs
OSU Says Enforcement of Tobacco Ban "Going Well"
Campus Smoking Ban begins at Ohio State
Buckeyes are tobacco-free
OSU-Lima, Rhodes campus goes smoke free
Raising tobacco sales age to 21 would cut smoking, save lives
Peer pressure enough of a smoking ban enforcement for some Ohio State officials, students
The Healthiest Campus: Tobacco Free. Dr. J's message for the week of 10/13/13
Consumer Report: You and the New Health Law
With wellness as the goal, OSU goes tobacco-free Jan. 1
Ohio State University Police will not enforce smoking ban
Ohio State study: Smokers cost employers $6K more annually
Ohio State litter cleanup gathers more than 4,800 cigarette butts
Blowing Smoke: Campus wide ban begins, but won't be enforced until 2014
Colleges can clear the air
Editorial: Ohio State tobacco ban won’t be taken seriously without strict enforcement
Ohio State tobacco ban violators may face sanctions
Live Remote: Rally for Wellness - Tobacco Free Campus
Ohio State’s tobacco ban won’t begin in earnest until 2014
Ohio State delays enforced ban on tobacco until 2014
Ohio State receives $18.7 million federal grant to establish tobacco center of regulatory science
The Ohio State University has received an $18.7 million federal grant to establish a research center devoted to the study of tobacco use patterns, industry marketing practices and public perceptions that will help the Food and Drug Administration put science behind its new role in regulating tobacco.
E-cigarette may help smokers quit, cut back
Smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes to try to kick their habit are at least as likely to succeed in quitting or cutting down as users of nicotine patches.
More kids are smoking e-cigarettes, study finds
Children — like adults — increasingly are trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle- and high-school students.
Study: companies pay almost $6,000 extra per year for each employee who smokes
A new study suggests that U.S. businesses pay almost $6,000 per year extra for each employee who smokes compared to the cost to employ a person who has never smoked cigarettes.
Quit smoking? Vitamin E may give extra boost to heart health
Taking a specific form of a vitamin E supplement can accelerate the health benefits that occur when people quit smoking, new research suggests.
The high cost of tobacco
An outline of the health impacts, institutional costs, marketing, agents of change, right to use tobacco, ADA, benchmark institutions, cessation resources, and enforcement information.
Tobacco free conversation - open forums presentation
A presentation of goals, tobacco free history, usage statistics, community discussion information, and the next steps in becoming a Tobacco Free campus.
Ohio Board of Regents' Resolution - Promoting tobacco free ohio campuses
The official signed document to implement a policy to establish all Ohio campuses as tobacco free.