University of Michigan Tobacco-Free Campus
If you choose to support the campaign to pursue a tobacco-free policy at the University of Michigan, please sign this online petition.

The Relay For Life at the University of Michigan (MRelay) is partnering with the School of Public Health and the U-M Smoke-Free Campus Initiative to create a healthier environment for our student body by promoting the adoption of a tobacco-free policy here at the University of Michigan. We believe that the University of Michigan deserves to have the healthiest and safest atmosphere possible for its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors.

Our goal is for this petition to raise awareness and demonstrate concern about this public health issue on our campus.

Please share this with you fellow Wolverines in order to raise awareness and help us explore becoming a tobacco-free campus!

About This Campaign
Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. Of the nation's roughly 20 million college and university students, more than 1 million have been projected to die prematurely from cigarette smoking. Smoking causes 1 in 5 deaths every year in the United States.

In July of 2011, the University of Michigan became a smoke-free campus in order to create an environment that is healthy for all of the University of Michigan community. Further research has shown that cigarettes are not the only tobacco products that kill. Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), cigars, hookah, and smokeless tobacco products, such as chewing tobacco, can all have negative effects on one's health. There is no safe way to use commercial tobacco.

Help us be the first generation to eliminate lethal and addictive tobacco usage!

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