After recreational marijuana was legalized in Canada, three universities are amending their policies to allow its use on campus. Universities in the U.S. remain committed to federally imposed ban of the drug.

The University of British Columbia is in the middle of tweaking its campus smoking policy to allow recreational marijuana use after the drug was legalized by the Canadian government in October.

Michael Serebriakov, legal counsel for the university, is helping to prepare the revised policy for approval by the Board of Governors.

The move is expected to make the university -- and others in Canada making similar shifts -- among the first in North America to permit marijuana use on campus.

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Emma Whitford ~ InsideHigherEd.com ~