A new survey will track attitudes toward WUSTL’s tobacco-free campus enviroment and awareness of smoking cessation programs.
Washington University campuses became tobacco-free this past July, which means smoking and tobacco use now is prohibited on all university-owned and -managed properties. The university will continue to work with community members to support tobacco-cessation efforts.
All Washington University campuses will be tobacco-free beginning Thursday, July 1. Under the new university policy, smoking and tobacco use will be prohibited on all university-owned and -managed properties.
All WUSTL campuses will be tobacco-free beginning July 1 — less than 10 weeks from today. To that end, the university continues to offer tobacco cessation resources for students, faculty and staff and is assisting supervisors with the transition to a tobacco-free environment. At 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 27, in Seigle Hall, Room 304, the Office of Human Resources is sponsoring a program for supervisors titled “The Tobacco-Free Environment: Understanding the Impact.”
In an effort to provide a healthy, comfortable and productive work and learning environment for students, faculty and staff, all Washington University in St. Louis campuses will become entirely smoke- and tobacco-free by July of 2010, announced Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton.