UMSL’s Put It Out Day part two: Still seriously tobacco-free
The University of Missouri–St. Louis will hold Put It Out Day on Sept. 4 to continue the awareness campaign and enforce the policy students, faulty and staff approved. Everyone on campus is encouraged to politely ask one smoker to please put out his or her cigarette.
UMSL is tobacco-free on all indoor and outdoor campus properties, which include university-owned and university-leased buildings, parking garages, parking lots, outdoor grounds, sidewalks and vehicles. The tobacco-free policy applies to faculty, staff, students, contractor and consultant employees, performers, visitors and the general public.
“The health of our UMSL family and the cleanliness of the campus is a day-to-day, semester-to-semester effort,” said Ron Gossen, chief marketing officer at UMSL. “Put It Out Day is one avenue toward meeting those goals, the results of which benefit everyone.”
Those wishing to share their Put It Out Day experiences can do so on UMSL’s Facebook page.
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