CMU Going Tobacco-Free
Central Methodist University soon will join the growing ranks of colleges and universities declaring themselves tobacco-free.
The CMU governing board has approved the tobacco-free initiative, effective Aug. 1, 2013 according to Dr. Marianne Inman, CMU president. The university has, for years, placed severe restrictions on tobacco use on campus but this will mark the first time in history all tobacco products will be banned.
A committee of students, faculty and staff is at work preparing for the transition, Inman noted. A host of issues including signage, publications, sanctions, smoking cessation and other educational programming, and more all must be addressed prior to implementation.Comments can be directed to: email@example.com
|There are no related articles.|