Breathe easy. UT Dallas is tobacco-free.
On June 1, 2017, the entire UT Dallas campus became tobacco-free.
The use of tobacco products (cigarettes, cigars, pipes, water pipes, hookahs, electronic cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco, electronic nicotine delivery systems, etc.) is prohibited everywhere on University property in order to create a healthier work, research and learning environment.
Please review the online Tobacco Free Policy for more information.
Quitting Smoking; We Support You
The University offers support to employees and students who want to quit smoking or using tobacco products.
Support for faculty and staff is available through the UT SELECT health plan and the UT Dallas Employee Assistance Program with Deer Oaks EAP.
- The Center for Students in Recovery (SSB 4.500 / 972-883-7320) is prepared to offer cessation support to students.
- The Student Wellness Center (SSB 4.500 / 972-883-4275) offers tobacco education programming and resources to students.
- The American Cancer Society
Information and resources to help people stop using tobacco.
Tools to help smokers quit.
An online program and community offering support and resources for those quitting smoking.
- Kill The Can
Free resources and tools to help dip, snuff, and chewing tobacco users quit.
- Yes Quit
Free counseling and information about quitting smoking online or by phone (877-937-7848).
- Smokefree Smartphone Apps
Free apps for Apple and Android phones to support a smoke-free lifestyle.
- Tobacco-Free College Campuses
Resources, tools, and support to keep students healthy at school.
Texas Health Journal
The Health Newsletter of The University of Texas System