College Administrators See Problems as More Students View Marijuana as Safe

Describes a survey of campus administrators on marijuana use. Administrators are seeing increased marijuana use and related problems, and think colleges can and should address the issue. However, there are wide gaps in opinion between different administrative roles on campus. Health, residence, and safety officials are much more aware of issues around marijuana than those in academic or student affairs administration.

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