WWCC prohibits smoking, use of electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco use, as well as distribution or sale of tobacco, including any smoking device, or carrying of any lighted smoking instrument within the perimeter of college property. This includes all college premises, sidewalks, parking lots, landscaped areas, sports fields; college owned, rented or leased buildings on campus; and college owned, rented or leased vehicles. For more information: Tobacco-Free Campus Policy.
While marijuana use is allowed in Washington State, it is still prohibited at WWCC. State marijuana law is not consistent with Federal law, and WWCC must conform with Federal law or risk losing Federal financial aid funding.
Support programs are available through the Washington State Department of Health Quitline:
- English Quitline: 1.800.QUIT.NOW | 1.800.784.8669
- Spanish Quitline – 1.877.2NO.FUME | 1.877.266.3863
Frequently Asked Questions
Why did WWCC go tobacco-free?
Walla Walla Community College is committed to creating the healthiest possible learning and working environment for our students, staff and visitors.
What should I do if I see a student, employee or visitor using tobacco on campus?
With the utmost courtesy and respect, remind the person that WWCC is a tobacco-free campus.
Can I smoke in my car?
The entire WWCC campus is tobacco-free, including parking lots.