The Colorado School of Mines, member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, select TextLess Live More for Student Awareness Campaign.
On February 7, 2017, student-athletes from Colorado School of Mines, a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, issued a call-to-action for fellow RMAC athletes, fans and supporters to join the TextLess Live More Campaign to save lives and prevent tragic accidents by ending distracted driving.
Student-Athletes created a PSA through the RMAC Network, encouraging everyone to sign a pledge to never text and drive.
“Join the Orediggers and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference student-athletes to pledge to stop distracted driving, in support of the TextLess Live More campaign.
Colorado School of Mines and the RMAC encourage you to refrain from texting and driving. Click here to pledge your support of this initiative. By signing this document you are pledging to make a conscious effort to stop distracted driving. Please join us in our pledge against distracted driving.”
The Colorado School of Mines is a public research university devoted to engineering and applied science. It has the highest admissions standards of any public university in Colorado and among the highest of any public university in the U.S.
Mines is one of 14 schools in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the fifth oldest active college athletic conference in the United States and the oldest in Division II.