All forms of marijuana are banned.
This means no vaping, smoking, or edibles, etc. despite the passage of Proposition 64
According to the University of California Office of the President
- Marijuana is not allowed on any “university-owned and leased buildings, housing and parking lots.”
- This includes residence halls and off-campus apartments.
- Marijuana is not allowed at any “university events or while conducting university business.”
- This includes sporting events at the Rose Bowl and Pauley Pavilion.
- Some employees and physicians may be subject to stricter policies regarding marijuana or cannabis use.
- Check with your direct supervisor.
Possible consequences of prohibited marijuana use or possession at UCLA, depending on frequency and severity, include:
- Fines: could cost up to $10,000 per violation
- Jail sentence: could include felony charges for cultivation and sale
- Denial or loss of Federal Financial Aid
- Exclusion from housing or University events
- Mandatory participation in educational programs
- Loss of specific privileges
- Community service
- Letter of apology
- Restorative justice