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Developed by Rutgers librarians with expertise in a variety of disciplines, this guide aims to help find resources on marijuana-related issues from Rutgers Libraries and beyond.

Updates: Marijuana on Campus

While cannabis has been decriminalized in New Jersey, it remains illegal and subject to prosecution under federal law. University community members may seek additional information, answers to frequently asked questions, and links to updated policies pertaining to cannabis use and possession at the websites below.

Marijuana at Rutgers: What Students Need to Know

MEDICAL AMNESTY: Rutgers strongly encourages students to call a University Official and/or Medical Professional for medical assistance for themselves or for community members who are dangerously under the influence of drugs or alcohol. No student seeking medical treatment for the effects of drug or alcohol use will be subject to university discipline for violations. See more on Medical Amnesty.

Marijuana in Research & Teaching

Rutgers Courses Related to Marijuana

Rutgers in the News


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