MSU Looking To Go Smoke Free
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY (WCBI) – Mississippi State University would like for you to quit.
School officials hosted two public forums this week on a proposal to become a tobacco free campus.
The goal is for the college to be smoke free by August 2014 by designating specific areas for people to smoke and helping students, faculty and staff kick the habit.
“This was kind of open to any faculty member, student or staff member that wanted to come and provide us any comments, feedback, ask questions, whatever. All of that will be considered to determine if there is any revisions to be made to the draft to the proposed policy we have right now,” said Bill Kibler, Vice President >
The proposal must still be reviewed and approved by President Mark Keenum.
If approved MSU will join Ole Miss, Kentucky and Arkansas in becoming smoke free.