The Bulletin

Welcome Back to Your Tobacco-Free Campus!

August 14, 2012 2:19 pm

Welcome Back to Your Tobacco-Free Campus!

As you are aware, smoking and the use of all tobacco products are now strictly prohibited on the College of Staten Island campus as per the College’s July 1, 2012 implementation of CUNY’s Revised Tobacco Policy. These policies are part of a growing national trend and have been implemented out of respect for others and the environment.

We invite you to share your thoughts and observations regarding cigarette litter and second-hand smoke by reaching out via the Contact Us form on the CSI Tobacco-Free webpage.  As the College is in the process of assessing policy compliance across the campus, the information you provide will prove very useful.

Additionally, the College’s Tobacco-Free website contains a wealth of resources for quitting tobacco use, as does the University’s Healthy CUNY website. Students who wish assistance may visit the CSI Health and Wellness Center located in the Campus Center. Faculty and staff who are interested in quitting are encouraged to contact the CUNY Work/Life Program online or (800) 833-8707.

We wish you a happy and healthy fall semester.

Thank you.

-The CSI Tobacco-Free Environment Task Force

For additional information visit the Tobacco-Free CUNYwebsite.

 

- -The CSI Tobacco-Free Environment Task Force


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