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Fulton CCC Campus Goes Tobacco Free

FULTON, NY – As of April 1, Cayuga Community College is an entirely tobacco free campus.

Featured is the Cayuga Community College’s Healthy Living Club. In front from left are: Jennifer Allen, vice president; Jorin Aldrich, president; Casey Hall and Sandra Pelkey. In back are: Stephanie Goodall, campus health services RN; Fred Crimmins, treasurer; Ashley Richardson; Shawnna Hall and Joshua Thompson, secretary.
Featured is the Cayuga Community College’s Healthy Living Club. In front from left are: Jennifer Allen, vice president; Jorin Aldrich, president; Casey Hall and Sandra Pelkey. In back are: Stephanie Goodall, campus health services RN; Fred Crimmins, treasurer; Ashley Richardson; Shawnna Hall and Joshua Thompson, secretary.

CCC acquired the old P&C property as well as 45 acres of undeveloped land adjacent to the River Glen Plaza in spring of 2011.

As the college property continues to be developed and grow CCC has implemented a Tobacco-Use Policy prohibiting the use of cigarettes, electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe, bidi, clove cigarettes and any other smoking product, and any smokeless or spit tobacco in any form.

CCC’s commitment to improving the health of its employees and students through this comprehensive program is supported by the Tobacco Free Network of CNY.

To help support tobacco users in need of quit resources and to promote the campus wide tobacco free initiative, there will be a tabling event on campus April 13 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. with the Healthy Living Club and the Tobacco Free Network of CNY.

For more information, please visit tobaccofreenys.org