SCSU To Transition To Tobacco-Free Campus

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (WCCO) — St. Cloud State University will soon implement a policy to eliminate tobacco use on its campus.

On Aug. 1, tobacco use (smoking and smokeless) will be restricted to outdoor designated areas only. A year later, the campus plans to be completely tobacco free.

The change comes after a year of campus-wide discussions about the university’s tobacco policy. A 13-member Smoking Policy Review Task Force has been reviewing the current policy and public health information since October.

St. Cloud State will offer education, awareness, support and cessation services to the campus community.

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  1. Mike D says:

    Don’t you think that Danny Valencia is hitting really well this year?

    1. Alex says:

      What the hell does that have to deal with this article?

  2. Go Huskies!!!! says:

    You know when I went to SCSU it was a party school! Now you need to have a tampon or be Somali to be there….such a shame…

  3. Scott says:

    socialism at its finest… GOOD LUCK STOPPING US!! Cant wait to see how they think they are going to enforce thousands of students that smoke…

  4. Victim Du Jour says:

    Public Education is turning into Gestapo or Police.

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