OPSU Goes Tobacco Free

KSCB News - July 6, 2012 8:17 am

Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ. has banned all tobacco
use throughout the campus and all auxiliary property, such as the school
farm and the Guymon Classroom.

Outdoor signs have already been installed at all campus entrances. In
addition to the signs, the campus community will be educated about Gov.
Mary Fallin’s Executive Order 2012-01 through announcements at student,
faculty, and staff meetings and everyone will also be provided with
printed material.
No smoking or any other tobacco use will be allowed on any OPSU
property.

During the fall semester, only warnings will be issued. Beginning with
the spring semester in January, tickets, similar to campus parking
citations, will be issued for flagrant violations.
OPSU’s human resources staff will offer resources to those who wish to
quit using tobacco.

 

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