Southern University System Marks One Year as 100% tobacco-free campus
- 1/11/2013 -
This January, the Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center's Communities of Color Network (CoC) celebrates the first year anniversary of the Southern University System 100 percent tobacco-free policy. The policy, in general, means that use of tobacco products is prohibited by students, staff, faculty or visitors in all campus buildings, facilities, or property owned or leased by the SU System. The policy aims to make the SU System a healthy place to live, work, and learn. Pictured is Frankie Poland, regional coordinator, SU Ag Center Communities of Color Network, pinning anniversary button on Linda Lassiter, professor, Department of Foreign Languages, SUBR, during the campus' spring convocation, Monday, January 7, 2013, in the Smith-Brown Memorial Student Union.