Reminder: Marquette is a tobacco-free campus

Marquette seeks to create and maintain an environment that promotes health and healthy behavior for all of our students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. Because tobacco products have well-known health risks associated with their use and secondhand exposure that put all members of the Marquette community at risk, the university has a tobacco-free policy.  

Students should complete the Tobacco Free Contact Form with any questions. Employees with questions should contact Employee Wellness. 

Faculty and staff: How Marquette’s Health and Wellness Plans Support Your Tobacco Cessation Goals 

  • Preventive/routine counseling for tobacco use is covered when seeing an in-network doctor (see plan for full details) 
  • For persons age 18 years and older, all FDA-approved tobacco cessation products are available at no cost. These include: 
    • Over-the-counter products, including nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges, nasal spray and inhalers. See plan for full details. 
    • Prescription medications. See plan for full details. 
  • The MyWellness program offers a free online tobacco cessation program UBreathe. 
  • The Employee Assistance Program is a benefit for all employees, spouses and dependents. It is free, 100% confidential and offers in-person or telephone sessions with Master’s-level counselors where employees can talk about a variety of concerns including tobacco-related issues.