BCC is going Tobacco-Free
Beginning June 1, Bladen Community College will become a tobacco-free community college campus. Across the North Carolina Community College System, nearly every campus is encouraging students, staff, and faculty to practice healthy lifestyle behaviors. Cessation of tobacco use is a significant step toward living healthier and longer.
The decision to become a tobacco-free campus is the outcome of a yearlong investigation and tobacco-use awareness campaign to support persons wishing to stop tobacco use, and provide ways to make the transition easier. For more information about this new tobacco use policy, or to seek help in the cessation of tobacco use, contact Tiina Mundy at 879-5556.