(April 9, 2014) -- UTSA faculty and staff and their dependents can sign up for a free, eight-session tobacco cessation class. Sponsored by Rowdy New U, the UTSA worksite wellness program, the class will run April 15-May 27.
The timing of the course is significant because the university will go completely smoke- and tobacco-free June 1.
The program consists of eight sessions in seven weeks. Facilitators are trained and certified in the American Lung Association "Freedom From Smoking" program.
The class will mees Tuesday (except for Thursday, May 8) and begins noon-2 p.m., Tuesday, April 15 at the Main Campus.
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Schedule of content for Tobacco Cessation class
April 15 -- Session 1: Thinking About Quitting
April 22 -- Session 2: On the Road to Freedom
April 29 -- Session 3: Wanting to Quit
May 6 -- Session 4: Quit Day
May 8 -- Session 5: Winning Strategies
May 13 -- Session 6: The New You
May 20 -- Session 7: Staying Off
May 27 -- Session 8: Celebration
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