Greenway U: State-Approved Med Pot School Opens In Colorado
Not that anyone who posts here would have any interest in such things, but for all you stoners and dope smoking retards on other channels, take note.

Quote:Medical Marijuana ‘University’ Expanding in Colorado
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
By Susan Jones

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A cancer patient holds a roll of 'Medi-Juana' in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

( - The nation’s only state-approved medical marijuana school is about to open a new “campus” in Denver, Colorado.

Greenway University describes itself as the industry's leading medical marijuana education provider. It says it is committed to legitimizing the medical marijuana industry “through professionalism, technology and educational innovation.”

Greenway’s new 25,000-square-foot facility in Denver is scheduled to open on December 4, 2010. The building will house a “multitude of products and services for the medical marijuana industry,” including a physicians’ clinic, a media and production studio, an accountant, an attorney, and “medical marijuana banking services,” Greenway said in a news release.

"We will continue to seek and provide a space where students, patients and industry professionals can receive advanced professional skillsets while acquiring the essential business tools and services they need in order to participate in the medical marijuana industry," said Gus Escamilla, Greenway University founder and CEO.

“More and more professionals are beginning to appreciate the many career opportunities that this emerging industry has to offer,” the Greenway University Web site says.

Greenway says its courses and training programs are designed to provide up to date “compliance information” for everyone in the medical marijuana field. “Whether you want to open a medical marijuana center, cultivate a grow operation, become a patient or just be in compliance, Greenway University will provide you with all the tools you need in order to meet your educational and professional goals,” the Web sites says.

Courses include “successful cultivation/grow operations,” medical marijuana business fundamentals, and understanding the law pertaining to medical marijuana.

Greenway says it is positioned to expand its education programs across the U.S., as the more states legalize medical marijuana. “We are poised to offer advanced courses in every aspect of the industry from our industry leading certification programs, to advanced professional business services," Escamilla added.

Greenway University is approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education. It says its staff members and faculty have consulted with and opened over 200 medical marijuana dispensaries throughout California.

“The experience and knowledge from a real world, market tested staff and faculty is invaluable in so many ways,” the Web site says.

Colorado is one of 15 states to legalize medical marijuana.
A whole new meaning to the term "Higher" Education, eh? Wink
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(11-24-2010, 08:41 AM)Virtual Bison Wrote: A whole new meaning to the term "Higher" Education, eh? Wink

Big Grin

Who is the dean, David Peel?

Embezzlement conviction? What embezzlement conviction? Ohhh, that embezzlement conviction.....dude, I must have been, like, stoned and forgot. Rolleyes

Quote:Dept. of Higher Education: Marijuana college must close
The Associated Press
Posted on July 28, 2011 at 2:54 AM

DENVER (AP) -- This from the Department of Higher Education -- the pot college has to close. The Colorado Department of Higher Education is suspending Greenway University in Denver. It's a state-certified medical marijuana training school. Courses include everything from growing to selling medicinal marijuana. Department officials tell a local TV station (KMGH) the owner of Greenway failed to disclose a conviction in California on embezzlement charges. The school plans to appeal.
David Peel Wrote:♫ I want to get high
But I never knew why
Here comes a cop
Now I've got say goodbye...♫

Once again, life imitates art.

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