Tobacco-Free Campus
The following nine standards address the main components of a comprehensive campus tobacco policy:
1. Establish a university tobacco control committee for organizing and communicating with the university.
2. Prohibit smoking within all university-affiliated buildings. This includes offices, classrooms, meeting rooms, residence halls, restrooms, bathrooms, lobbies, corridors, etc).
3. Put up "Tobacco-free campus" signage at all entries to the campus and signage indoors for no smoking in each building.
4. Prohibit the sale of tobacco products on campus.The availability of tobacco products in campus stores serves only to reinforce the notion that smoking is socially acceptable and sanctioned. 
5. Prohibit the free distribution of tobacco products on campus by tobacco companies including such distribution to fraternities and sororities.
6. Prohibit tobacco advertisements in all college-run publications.
7. Prohibit campus organizations or individuals from holding stock in or accepting donations from the tobacco industry.
8. Establish a minimum 16 hour tobacco control curriculum delivered to health students.A minimum of 8 hours of tobacco related instruction should be provided for all non- health students in the university.
9. Provide free, accessible smoking cessation programs on campus—and advertise them widely.