Tobacco-Free Campus

Madison College is 100% tobacco-free in an effort to create a safe and healthy environment for employees, students and the public. Smoking and vaping and the use of tobacco or tobacco products by anyone on college property is prohibited. Violators may receive a violation warning or a fine.

 

The following resources are available for those who are interested in quitting:

 

If you see anyone smoking, vaping, or chewing tobacco on campus, please contact Public Safety Services at (608) 245-2222.

Definitions

Smoking

The act of lighting, inhaling or exhaling, burning, or carrying a cigarette, cigar, electronic or non-electronic smoking device, pipe, hookah, or other product or substance; or, any other smoking of tobacco, nicotine, plant or substance, whether natural or synthetic, in any manner or in any form.

Vaping

Vaping refers to the use of electronic nicotine delivery systems or electronic smoking devices such as e-cigarettes, e-pipes, e-hookahs, and e-cigars.

Tobacco

Any product that contains tobacco or nicotine that is intended or expected to be introduced into the body, including any cigarette, cigar, pipe, electronic or non-electronic tobacco product, or any other smoked or smokeless tobacco product.

Tobacco Free

Tobacco free means that smoking of tobacco, nicotine, or tobacco-like product, plant or substance, whether natural or synthetic, in any manner or in any form is prohibited.

Madison College Property

College property includes, without limitation, college owned or leased space and college-owned vehicles regardless of whether or not they are on college property.

 

College employees should refer to the Employee Handbook for more information.