Join Us for our Cigarette Butt Clean Up
On Thursday, April 23rd - Time: 10am to 2:00pm
Location: Titan Walk
Share Cleaner Air
Fresh Air Advocates coordinate this event every semester (Fall/Spring). This event showcases on how littered our campus is with cigarette butts and approximately how many cigarettes are smoked by students/faculty on campus.
To ensure a smooth check-in process, please prepare your Confirmation Barcode on your smartphone. This can be found through your TitanLink account. Downloading your Event Pass will make C.B.C Check-In easier and more efficient.
Your Event Pass is a unique code that allows you to quickly check-in to events happening on campus.
- Start by signing in to TitanLink.
- Select your profile picture in the top right of the screen (it may display your first initial if you do not have a profile picture)
- Select the Event Pass option. It will display your unique code.
If you’re viewing the Event Pass from your mobile browser, you should see the option to add the pass to your Apple Wallet or Android Pay. These options make it easier to access your Event Pass at a later date.
If you are volunteering for community service hours, please remember to check out with us at the table!
Log your Service Hours on TitanLink
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Agenda for the Day
- Check In starts at 10:00 a.m.
- Walks begin at 10:30 a.m.
- Event ends at 2:00 p.m.
TIPS FOR THE DAY
Wear comfortable shoes, bring a jacket, and stay hydrated!
Getting to CSUF
Map of Event
Location: Titan Walk – Tables near the Titan Student Union
Highlights and Photos
The highlights of this event can be found through our Daily Titan Website.
- In April 2019, about 120 volunteers collected 9,738 cigarette butts.
- Our biggest collection occurred in November 2017 and we collected 19,980 cigarette butts.
- In Fall 2019 volunteers collected 6,315 cigarette butts.
“I have been on other campuses but this is a very special campus. The people here have big hearts and really care about any aspect of peoples’ lives. This is just one, but it shows on a day like this what people are willing to do. Picking up cigarette butts! That is disgusting in many ways but people don’t see it like that and that’s such a great thing,”
– Pearl Boelter, Director of Environmental Health & Safety
““As far our cigarette cleanup event, when we do collect cigarettes and they are placed on that table, you can notice the scent that erupts from the table. It is so strong, and when you experience that, you just have to think what this is doing to our campus environment, to our plants, to our students. We don’t think about it when it is dispersed but when the air picks it up we are all experiencing second hand smoking”
– Rena Mamoun, Fresh Air Advocate Lead