Smokefree Campus Support Materials

Smokefree Campus Support Materials

If you would like to attend a briefing session about the move to be a Smokefree campus please book on using this link Smokefree General Briefings. Or to arrange a presentation at your local meetings contact Smokefree team using the online Smokefree Campus form

There are various support materials/ resources for you to download attached to the bottom of this page:

  • Smokefree campus hyperlink email signature and guide - sample designs to add to your email signatures, with instructions on how to do this. 
  • Printable A3 poster
  • Printable A4 poster
  • Printable A5 leaflet.

If you would like any of the following or if you need other resources, contact smokefree@leeds.ac.uk

  • Hard copies of the A3 poster, A4 poster or the A5 flyers
  • Hard copies of the foldout information cards to give out to people in your area
  • Blank posters to use in your own local areas.

A 2 minute video for staff has been published in relation to the Smokefree Campus Move here

Two 60 second videos were produced by students as part of a University-wide competition to inform students about the move to be a Smokefree campus. Both winning entries are available for sharing here:

Video 1

Video 2

Welcome/ induction text 

Use this text in your induction/ welcome materials to inform people about the University’s move to become a Smokefree campus.

The University of Leeds is proud to take the first step to become a Smokefree campus, part of a city-wide ambition to create a Smokefree generation by 2025. We are asking people not to smoke outside on campus between 8am and 6pm every day as we aim to inspire people - and in particular current and future generations of young people – to choose not to smoke. Currently people can still vape on campus, as it’s recognised as an aid to stop smoking, but we’re working towards our campus being completely Smokefree by 2025. Smoking and vaping inside University buildings or by their entrances remains prohibited.’

If you want to find out more, visit Smokefree campus and University Smoking policy