Posters aim to bring awareness to campus
This June, PLU will become a tobacco-free campus, but in the meantime posters and postcards are on display to spark conversation about the campus-wide change.
“To gear up we’ve decided to do several educational initiatives to raise awareness,” said Matt Munson, Health Educator at the Health Center.
“It’s a more realistic spin,” Munson said.
No tobacco use will be allowed on campus starting in June. After spring break, Munson said, “Quit Kits” will be made available for free to students who want to quit tobacco use.
The kits include tricks and tips on how to kick the habit.
For more information about PLU becoming a tobacco-free campus go to http://www.plu.edu/human-resources/tobacco-free/.