US campuses follow the national smoke-free trend

November 14, 2007

The American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation reports that almost 60 US colleges have put smoke-free campus policies into place that force students off school grounds before they can light up.  One school that has had such a policy in place for 4 years says they have had no problems with the policy.  According to the American Cancer Society, the "smoke-free country" trend is spreading quickly and campuses are simply reflecting the trend.