Did you know? Exposure to secondhand smoke is the third leading cause of preventable death in this country, killing over 50,000 non-smokers each year.
Since January 2014, SDSU has been a smoke-free campus.
- The policy helps the entire university community to breathe easier.
- A smoke-free campus encourages tobacco users to quit or decrease use – and supports those who have already quit using tobacco.
- Smoke-free campus policies also protect the health and safety of nonsmokers by eliminating secondhand smoke on campus.
Ready to quit smoking?
SDSU Well-being & Health Promotion supports smoking cessation! There’s help on campus to help you reach your goal of becoming a non-smoker!
- Individual counseling sessions are approximately 30 minutes and focus on behavior modification techniques. Sessions are personalized to each student’s needs. For more information, contact Counseling & Psychological Services.
- Pharmacological treatment options such as patches are available by prescription. For more information, contact Student Health Services.
Faculty & Staff
Find smoking cessation resources for faculty and staff at Smoke Free SDSU.
SDSU Smoke Free resources
SDSU is a smoke-free campus
SDSU is a completely smoke-free campus. Smoking is not permitted in or outside any buildings, including Viejas arena and auxiliary buildings, or in parking areas. Read the smoke-free policy.