University of California Guidance on Use and Possession of Marijuana on UC Property

Offers guidance from the president of University of California schools in the wake of Proposition 64, which legalizes the use of recreational marijuana among people over the age of 21. The University of California prohibits the use, possession and sale of marijuana in any form on all university property, including university-owned and leased buildings, housing and parking lots. Marijuana is also not permitted at university events or while conducting university business.

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