URMC / Public Health Sciences > Study Procedures Study Procedures WATI Study Information Community College students have higher rates of smoking than the general adult population. Web-based interventions show promise with young adults and other special populations. Funded by a 5-year grant (National Cancer Institute), WATI is a randomized trial to study the combinations of interactive features and evidence-based information with the diverse groups of Community College students ready to quit for good. WATI is IRB approved at the University of Rochester Medical Center. For this study we will recruit students who smoke from Community Colleges. We will work with campus staff to develop referrals to the study and other evidence-based interventions (e.g., State Quitline)—for all smokers (not just study participants, and for campus use after the study) via “courseware” (Angel, Genesis, Blackboard, Banner, etc.). What’s Expected of Me Straightforward process for students to enroll and participate: It’s all online. Students who agree to join the study will fill out an online consent and questionnaire when they enroll, then they get access to the research study website. Students who complete study questionnaires at 1, 6, and 12 months will get monetary gifts as a “thank you” for their time – whether they quit or not.