CSUF Is Officially Smoke Free Starting Aug.1
July 31, 2013
On Aug. 1, Cal State Fullerton becomes the first smoke-free campus in the California State University system. From that day forward, smoking of tobacco products (including cigarettes, cigars, pipes and e-cigarettes) are prohibited on all California State University, Fullerton, property, including off-site facilities, such as the Cal State Fullerton Irvine Campus, College Park, Fullerton Arboretum and elsewhere. President's Directive No. 18, which outlines the policy, is available online for more information.
In keeping with the new policy, all ashtrays have been removed from campus, and new signage is being posted throughout campus.
With the implementation of this policy, Cal State Fullerton joins more than 1,000 colleges and universities nationally that have adopted similar bans.
To learn more about the new policy, smoking cessation programs and other information, visit the Smoke-Free Campus website.
By: Valerie Orleans, 657-278-4540