The Bulletin

Our Campus Becomes Tobacco-Free Sunday July 1

June 18, 2012 2:42 pm

Effective Sunday, July 1, 2012, smoking and the use of all tobacco products will be strictly prohibited on the College of Staten Island campus, as per CUNY’s Revised Tobacco Policy.

This policy has been implemented out of respect for others and the environment. This initiative is subject to the enforcement/compliance provisions set forth in CSI’s Tobacco Free Campus Implementation Plan, and the College will continue to emphasize health education and cooperation from the campus community.

If you would like help with quitting tobacco use, a wealth of resources is available online from the CSI Cessation Resources Webpage and the University’s Healthy CUNY Website. You can also find information on a healing timeline, second-hand smoke, and third-hand smoke.

If you have any questions, please visit CUNY’s FAQ page. Thank you for respecting the July 1 implementation of CUNY’s Tobacco-Free policy at CSI.




- The Tobacco-Free Environment Task Force

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