Quitting Nicotine

Marshall University is a tobacco free campus
E-cigarettes like Juul have been in the news lately, both nationally and locally. Companies that sell these products have used targeted marketing to spread misleading information, and as a result many young people have found themselves addicted to nicotine. If you trying to quit, it is possible, and we are here to support you.

The Wellness Center and Cabell-Huntington Health Department offer free smoking cessation classes. To learn more, call us at 304-696-4103 or email wellness@marshall.edu.

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All tobacco, including electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes, are prohibited on Marshall University property since our campus became tobacco free in June 2013. The ban applies to all faculty, staff, students, vendors, and visitors.

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