HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Marshall University's Board of Governors has banned tobacco products on the Huntington campus.
The policy approved Tuesday is effective July 1 for indoor and outdoor locations. The policy gives exceptions for events that attract a large number of off-campus visitors, provided that smoking is limited to designated outdoor smoking areas.
West Virginia University's main campus also is going tobacco free on July 1. West Virginia Northern Community College's three campuses made a similar move last November.