Marijuana

Knowledgeable decisions, about the recreational use of any psychoactive substance, inform our ability to reduce personal harm and negative impacts on others. Though perceived as safe by some, marijuana use has both short and long-term health risks.

  • Mixing marijuana with any other drug can have unpredictable negative results.

  • Marijuana has a documented negative effect on attention, memory, motivation, and learning.

 

CAMPUS HEALTH SERVICES/RESOURCES

Free individual consultations are available for students wanting to discuss alcohol, tobacco, and other drug issues concerning themselves or their friends. Call (520) 621-570 Student Health Alcohol & Drug Education (SHADE) Diversion Class 0 to set up a confidential meeting with a licensed professional.

Campus Health provides the SHADE program for students who are in violation of alcohol and marijuana policies at the UA.  Find out more and/or enroll in a class here.

At CAPS, enrolled students can receive mental health care, including self-paced self-help, short-term counseling, short-term psychiatry, groups, and workshops.

IN THE NEWS

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WE GOT THE FACTS FROM YOU

2020 Health & Wellness Survey

74% of UA students have not used marijuana (smoked) in the past 30 days.

88% of UA students have not used marijuana (edibles) in the past 30 days.

79% of UA students have not used marijuana (vape) in the past 30 days.

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