According to a new study, marijuana use among college students is the highest it has been in 35 years.
The study, which was conducted by the University of Michigan, shows that U.S. college students are using marijuana at the highest levels since 1983.
The results, which were gathered last year, are based around the responses of roughly 1,400 adults from the ages of 19 to 22. These adults include 900 full-time college students and 500 part-time college students.
Forty-three percent of students in the study said they’ve used some form of marijuana at least once in the past year.
The survey also found another 11 percent of college students who said they’ve “vaped” marijuana in the previous month.
John Schulenberg, a Michigan researcher, remarked, “It’s the frequent use we’re most worried about.”