Empowering people to prevent hazing
Together, our work continues as an international leader in hazing prevention with the ultimate goal of teaching people to move beyond punishment and create a culture that stops hazing before it starts.
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For 15 years, HazingPrevention.Org has empowered people to prevent hazing across the country.
But, we are more than a website, we are a network— a network of people, of organizations and of resources.
Together as the Hazing Prevention Network, our work continues as a national leader in hazing prevention—teaching people to move beyond punishment to create a culture that stops hazing before it starts. We educate at colleges and universities; at high schools; in fraternities and sororities; in sports teams & campus recreation; in the performing arts & marching bands; clubs; and any organization regarding the dangers of hazing and how to create cultures where hazing is not acceptable. To empower people to prevent hazing.
Prevention Education for Students
in partnership with PreventZone™ by AliveTek
Hazing Prevention 101™ Course
This is an evidence-based course utilizing best practices in awareness and prevention of hazing. Participants in this one-hour course learn techniques to recognize, prevent, and report hazing. Learners gain skills to incorporate our four steps for staying safe and preventing hazing. Hazing Prevention 101™ — College Edition is designed for all students and provides a baseline for understanding the complexities of hazing. It also focuses on positive actions and provides alternatives to replace traditional hazing practices.
Additional editions of Hazing Prevention 101™ available include: High School, Fraternity & Sorority, Athletics, Creative & Performing Arts and Inter/national Fraternity & Sorority.
Winner of the 2022 Excellence in Educational Programming Award presented by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
More than 50% of college students involved in clubs, teams, or organizations experience hazing
Most Frequently Reported Hazing Behaviors