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Campus to be tobacco-free by January 2015

Oswego State intends to be a tobacco-free campus by January 2015, a measure that would come a year later than the SUNY-wide goal, but make the school among only a handful of SUNYs to adopt the policy on its own.

Jerald Woolfolk, vice president for student affairs and enrollment, said the university will begin to release marketing materials on the initiative over the next 90 days.

“You’ll begin to see a lot of messaging in the form of digital, posters, letting everybody know that by January ‘15, we will be a smoke and tobacco-free campus,” Woolfolk, who is the current chair of the campus Clean Air Committee, said.

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