UConn is part of a growing trend at universities in the U.S. and Canada.
Until the legality of the plant changes, medicating on campus is probably putting your entire institution at risk of losing its government funding.
The University of Michigan finds that the number of youth getting high is at a three-decade high.
University officials in Oklahoma say they'll follow federal law, not state law, when it comes to medical cannabis on campus.
The Louisiana-based Southern University and A&M College might see an influx of applicants now that they have launched a medical marijuana program.
The Arizona Supreme Court just ruled that students who are medical marijuana patients can't face criminal charges for using or possessing cannabis on campus.
The Florida State quarterback avoids jail for marijuana possession and instead will serve community service and a pay a small fine.
Education is power. So should medical schools start teaching about cannabis?
When 600 students will receive college scholarships thanks to marijuana, legalization is hard to oppose.
Do you really need to take cannabis cultivation classes to become a successful grower?