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The University of Central Missouri is committed to providing its students, employees, and visitors with a safe and healthy environment. Because of this commitment, UCM is a Tobacco-Free campus.
The use of tobacco products (including traditional cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes, cigars, hookah, water pipes, and all other forms of smoke-generating products, chew snus, snuff, etc.) are prohibited from all university property. This includes:
All university-owned, leased or controlled buildings and residences including but not limited to:
Warrensburg Main Campus
Lee's Summit Center
Missouri Safety Center
All outdoor areas of UCM campuses including but not limited to:
Campus parking lots (except inside your personal vehicle)
All recreational areas (only exception is Keth Memorial Golf Course)
All Outdoor stadiums
Additionally, tobacco use is not allowed in university vehicles.
Questions, comments and suggestions about the new tobacco-free policy may be directed to the University Policy Office.
Information sessions about the tobacco-free policy are available for groups, departments or organizations. If you would like to request an information session for your department or group please contact Rhonda Neill at 660-543-4044.
If you are struggling with tobacco cravings while on campus and are not ready to quit, we have provided some helpful tips to make your time here easier.
Have you noticed areas of consistent violations of the UCM Tobacco-Free policy and would like to report it? You may do so here. Report a "hot spot"