The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is now a tobacco-free campus.
In launching the Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative, the School prohibits the use of any tobacco product – not just cigarettes – in all buildings, facilities and vehicles. The initiative also forbids e-cigarettes and discourages the use of tobacco products on all outdoor campus grounds.
“As a school of public health we are dedicated to promoting the well-being of the global community,” says Dean Michael J. Klag. “With the Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative, we are taking steps to also promote our own health as well.”