In conjunction with the Robeson Community College Board of Trustees and President Melissa Singler, the Breathe Free Initiative is pleased to announce that RCC is now a Tobacco Free/Smoke Free Campus!
Our goal is to provide a learning and work environment that promotes productivity and the well-being of its students and employees. The College recognizes that tobacco use in the workplace can adversely affect employees as well as students and other patrons. The smoking/tobacco use policy applies to employees, students, and visitors while on the College premises.
Employees and students may contact Student Support Services for information regarding the effects of smoking/tobacco use and the availability of smoking cessation programs.
- October 8, 2020
Faculty and staff picture and press release
Faculty and Staff
- October 15, 2020
11:30am – 1:30pm
Campus Celebration: Faculty, Staff, and students join Breathe Free on the Student Center lawn for drinks, snacks, free t shirts, and live music with Emcee Loud Noises. Stop by and show your support and enter for a chance to with an Amazon gift card!
- December TBD
Celebrate two months Breathe Free @ RCC.
- Breathe Free Smoking Cessation Training
Participants will be part of an interactive seminar in which you will be given resources and tools to aid in the process of cessation through discussion and course materials. At the end of the seminar, participants will engage in role play designed to simulate hypothetical conversations with those who wish to quit smoking. Each participant with be granted a certificate of completion, a jump drive loaded with course information and resources, and a Cessation Trainer button to wear during events and when acting in the role.
Students and all Employees who register and attend will be entered into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card. Up to 4 employees and 8 students will have an opportunity to win!
Opportunities to Attend:
February 10th 9 am to 12 am
February 11th 12 pm to 3 pm
Robeson Community College
AD Lewis Auditorium
We look forward to helping you “breathe free”!
Contact Student Support Services for information on the effects of tobacco use and vaping.
If you are interested in being a Cessation Trainer please contact William Mashburn or Danyelle Miray in the Respiratory Therapy Program.