TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Two Hoosier colleges in Indiana will receive part of a grant to help them go smoke free campus wide.
The CVS Foundation is giving more than $30,000 to Indiana State University a portion of the $1.4 million that will be distributed to 93 schools across the country.
The money will be used to help prohibit smoking, e-cigarettes, and other tobacco product use.
The current policy at ISU allows people to smoke in private vehicles while on campus or outdoors at designated areas.
Saint Mary’s College of Note Dame near South Bend will also receive the money.