Our goal is to help students make their best choices related to cannabis use by providing information based on recent research.

Implications of Amendment 3 on University Property

Consistent with federal law, the University of Missouri prohibits the possession, use, distribution, dispensation, sale or manufacture of marijuana on university property, university-leased property or as part of University sponsored or university-supervised activities. Learn more about UM System policies regarding cannabis.

Learn on Your Own

We offer on-demand information about many aspects of well-being. Look for the cannabis module in Canvas (login required).

College Behavior Profile

College Behavior Profile (CPB) is a quick and confidential way to get personalized feedback on your alcohol and marijuana/cannabis use. The CBP is provided by Missouri Partners in Prevention and was created with input from and designed by college students.


Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) and Individualized College Health for Alcohol and Marijuana Project (iCHAMP) are designed to help you understand your alcohol or cannabis use and to reduce risky behaviors and harmful consequences. If you have been referred to this service due to a conduct violation or medical follow up, you will receive a referral within the MU Connect system.

Brief Substance Use Consultation

Wondering if your cannabis use may be getting in the way of academic or social success? Our coordinators are available to help you explore your use habits, consider both benefits and challenges associated with use, and if you decide you would like to make some changes, we can help you set realistic goals and work toward them. Schedule an appointment with a BASICS coordinator in MU Connect or call our office at 573-882-4634. There is no charge for consultations unless sanctioned by the Office of Accountability and Support.