ALERTS AND UPDATES:
Edison State College To Go Tobacco-Free
The Edison State College District, including all campuses and centers will become completely tobacco-free on May 17, 2010.
After careful consideration and unanimous support from students, faculty and staff leadership, the Edison State College District Board of Trustees approved the recommendation.
Edison State’s tobacco-free policy will apply to all students, staff, faculty, contractors, vendors and visitors. The policy applies to the entire Edison State College District - indoor facilities, campus grounds, walkways and parking lots.
Cessation programs will be available for all Edison State students, faculty and staff who wish to quit using tobacco products. Each Campus or Center is responsible for cessation programs and policy oversight. For more information about the tobacco-free initiatives at your home campus please click on the links below.
Edison State College is dedicated to promoting an environment of overall wellness for each person who attends or visits our beautiful campus. We are invested in academic achievement and developing life skills that promote wellness ideals. Thank you for supporting this important health policy.