(WLNS) – The push to make Michigan State University a tobacco-free campus is gaining steam and a task force created to help the transition is hosting three meetings this week.
Each session is 40 minutes long.
The first is Wednesday, just after noon at the MSU International Center. It’s open to students and staff. The other sessions are scheduled for 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Brody Hall and 8:00 a.m. at the communications Arts & Sciences building.
The task force is expected to create a proposal to make MSU tobacco-free later this year. That proposal will go to the Board of Trustees. If it’s approved it likely won’t take effect until late 2016.