Top 10 CAT Leaderboard
- University of Colorado Boulder
- University of North Georgia Gainesville
- University College Cork
- University of Texas Austin
- Dublin City University
- Ferris State University
- Kent State University
- University of Vienna
- Cork Institute of Technology
- Sarah Lawrence College
Recent chapter accomplishments
- SSDP Nigeria spoke to students at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School in Abeokuta about substance abuse and evidence-based drug education. Over 1,000 students were in attendance for the seminar-style event. Chapter members who spoke include Moronfolu Adeniyi, Adeola Oyerinde, Ahmed Ogunbiyi, and Segun Oni.
- Kal Datz of the University of North Dakota spoke about harm reduction on a community forum panel hosted by the Grand Forks Public Health Department
- Northeast Ohio Medical University hosted a talk with alumnus Alex Dix about the medical benefits of cannabis that had over 50 students in attendance.
- Denton County Community College: Chapter Founder and Leader Michael Smith drafted a petition for Denton County to allow for access to medical marijuana for patients.
- University of Maryland student government passed a resolution relaxing punishments for students over 21 years old possessing up to 10 grams of marijuana in a dorm, aligning campus policy with state policy. SSDP member Yusuf Mahmood spoke at the SGA meeting in favor of the resolution.
- Carleton College (In-progress)
- Budapest University of Technology and Economics (In-progress)
- University of Liberia (In-progress)
- Grand Valley State University (In-progress)
- Governors State University
- University of Dayton (In-progress)
- National University of Health Sciences (In-progress)
- Valencia College (In-progress)
- Denton County Community College (In-progress)
- Austin Community College (In-progress)
- Sierra College (In-progress)
- Berkeley city College (In-progress)
- California State University, Los Angeles
- California State University, Monterey Bay
SSDP Staff Recommended reading/links/resources
Scott: These States are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2018, By SSDP Alumnus Tom Angell