Psychological Services Center

Psychological Services Center - MJ 101

Thank you for inquiring about the Marijuana 101 program at the Xavier Psychological Services Center. The following date(s) are available:

Monday,   January 22, 2024, 3:15 pm
Thursday, February 8, 2024, 4:15 pm
Thursday, February 29, 2024, 4:15 pm
Monday,   April 22, 2024, 3:15 pm

To register, contact us at and include the following information or call 513-745-3531:


Phone #

Banner ID

Referral Source: Residence Life, Dean of Students, Voluntary, etc.

Date Requested

Building/Dorm/Housing Location

Once you send this information, someone should reach out to you in 3- 5 business days.


Marijuana 101 is a 105 minute group-based education program that is designed to provide information about marijuana and to help individuals understand their own marijuana use better so that they can make informed decisions about any future marijuana use.


Xavier University Psychological Services Center
Sycamore House


$25.00 registration fee (required at the time of registration). Paid to Residence Life.

  1. XU ONE Pass.

All specific information disclosed during the MJ 101 group remains confidential and will not be shared with Residence Life or any other XU personnel. The only information shared is that you have successfully completed the program. To successfully complete the class:

  1. Complete the AOD Electronic Registration at the link Xavier PSC Registration prior to the class. Be sure to click on the "AOD Program" button. Please note you must be on a Xavier network computer to access this website.
  2. Arrive on time with XU ONE Pass.
  3. Stay for entire duration of the meeting.
  4. Respectfully participate. While the amount of information you disclose will be left up to you, all members must be respectful of the group process and purpose. Individuals who are uncooperative and/or act in a way that undermines or reduces the quality of the group will be asked to leave. This will be classified as a failure to comply and will have the same monetary and disciplinary consequences as failure to attend.