In Michigan – where cannabis was recently legalized in the mid-term election – several schools, including Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Wayne State University of Detroit and Central Michigan University, have all announced that the change in state law will not change their school’s policies.

“We would like to remind everyone that this new state law will not change policies prohibiting the use or possession of marijuana on any property owned or managed by MSU, and by MSU’s faculty, staff, or students on any MSU property or during off-campus MSU business or events,” Denise Maybank, vice president and associate provost at Michigan State University in East Lansing, wrote in a memo to students, faculty and staff Monday evening.