Current HPN Members
Becoming a member of the Hazing Prevention Network can provide nonprofit institutions and organizations with valuable resources and support to prevent hazing while promoting their efforts.
Beta Theta Pi
Founded August 8, 1839, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Beta Theta Pi is home to nearly 140,000 living alumni and more than 9,000 undergraduates on 141 campuses across the United States and Canada. Best known for its award-winning Men of Principle Initiative, Beta aims to foster an enjoyable fraternal experience centered on brotherhood, personal growth, and creating a sense of home among its members
College of William & Mary - Campus Recreation
The Department of Campus Recreation provides quality recreational opportunities to all members of the William & Mary Community to enhance and foster a lifelong appreciation for health, wellness and recreation.
Kappa Delta Rho
Kappa Delta Rho is an American college social fraternity spread throughout the United States. The fraternity places emphasis on Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and Tradition. Kappa Delta Rho’s open motto is “Honor Super Omnia,” or “Honor Above All Things.”
National Federation of State High School Associations
The NFHS, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the national leader and advocate for high school athletics as well as fine and performing arts programs. Within our 51 member state associations (including Washington, D.C.), we serve 19,500 high schools and more than 12 million young people.
The Max Gruver Foundation
Max Gruver died on September 14th, 2017. He is one of seven young men to die as a direct result of fraternity hazing in 2017 alone.
More than 200 university students have died due to hazing in the United States since 1838. Universities react to these dangerous and too-often deadly hazing situations with Greek life suspensions, expulsions and other punishments, but it is not enough.
Hazing on college campuses must end. The Max Gruver Foundation exists to make sure hazing-related deaths do not continue. Join our movement to prevent hazing!
Phi Delta Theta
In nearly 175 years of its existence, Phi Delta Theta has expanded to 290 campuses and initiated more than 278,000 men. Today, Phi Delta Theta currently has 193 chapters and emerging chapters, approximately 178,000 living alumni, and boasts 100 alumni clubs in the United States and Canada.
The Fraternity operates from the General Headquarters building on South Campus Avenue, across from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Gamma Delta is a men’s fraternity, founded in 1848, with approximately 9,500 undergraduate members on more than 140 college campuses across North America. Our mission is to unite men in enduring friendships, stimulate the pursuit of knowledge, and build courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them. Through implementation of our New Model to Build Courageous Leaders, we seek to reduce the power dynamic associated with traditional pledging and hazing, and provide a multi-level development experience focused on building and strengthening skills necessary for Courageous Leadership.
Sigma Nu Fraternity
Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1869 based on the honor principle and in direct opposition to hazing. The Fraternity has more than 150 chapters nationwide, and more than 260,000 men have become members since its founding. Sigma Nu Fraternity’s Mission is “to develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of Love, Honor, and Truth; to foster the personal growth of each man’s mind, heart, and character; and to perpetuate lifelong friendships and commitment to the Fraternity.”
Theta Chi Fraternity
Theta Chi is one of the oldest men’s college fraternities in North America. Founded in 1856, Theta Chi Fraternity is a men’s collegiate fraternity with more than 200,000 initiated members and has established 245 chapters. Theta Chi’s mission is to develop college-age men into successful students, good citizens, lifelong brothers, and resolute leaders.
Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member, Theta Chi aims to provide its members with an enjoyable and fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for rewarding, successful lives after graduation. Our collegians are leaders on campus, in the classroom, and on the field.
Tri Delta is an assembly of women with shared values where you can be yourself and belong to something bigger. We are brave, bold and kind. We are passionate about serving others, committed to becoming the best version of ourselves and dedicated to helping women live, learn and lead—with Purpose—for a lifetime.
Tri Delta is home to nearly 250,000 members including 20,000 collegiate members on 138 campuses across North America. Globally, Tri Delta has more than 225,000 alumnae members and 222 alumnae chapters. Since our founding in 1888, Tri Delta has welcomed more than 340,000 women into our sisterhood.
Army West Point Athletic Association Inc.
Competitive sports are a proven way to maintain fitness, and the U.S. Military Academy competes as ARMY WEST POINT in a broad range of NCAA D-1 and D-2 sports. At West Point, it’s all fun and games for ARMY fans, but every cadet on the field or court understands that competition through their sport is a critical component for developing their leadership and teamwork skills, and especially for building personal bonds.
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega is a women’s organization dedicated to empowering real, strong women to reach their potential through a lifelong experience of sisterhood, service and leadership development. This is a place where real, strong women find connection, a community of support and opportunities to grow among those who encourage them to chase their passions and value them for who they really are— and want to become.
Alpha Chi Omega, a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), has more than 140 collegiate chapters, 170 alumnae chapters and 300,000 sisters who have proudly worn the lyre badge since our founding in 1885.
Alpha Delta Pi
Founded on May 15, 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest secret society for college women in the world. Established at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, the first college chartered to grant degrees to women in the world, the story of Alpha Delta Pi is a remarkable one. And, it all began as a young girl’s dream.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi is a Jewish sorority dedicated to helping women become the best they can be. We prize individuality, encouraging each member to discover and develop the talents and abilities that make her unique. We welcome exemplary women of all backgrounds who honor, respect, and appreciate our heritage.
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority was founded on October 24, 1909 by seven Jewish women at Barnard College in New York City. Their goal was to foster lifelong friendship and sisterhood, academics, social involvement and community service while providing a home away from home for their members. The dream that was born in a dorm room at Barnard College in 1909 continues to succeed, prosper and thrive on over 50 college and university campuses in the US and Canada.
California State University Northridge
Upon the ancestral land of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, CSUN’s history begins in fall 1956 as the San Fernando Valley campus of the Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences. Soon afterward, the California Legislature passed an assembly bill, which decreed that the campus would separate from its parent college on July 1, 1958—the founding date of the present university. The college was renamed San Fernando Valley State College.
By the dawn of the 1970s, San Fernando Valley State College had established a solid foundation and began honing an identity that would be recognized both regionally and nationally. On June 1, 1972, by action of the Legislature and the Board of Trustees of the California State University, the college was renamed California State University, Northridge, known affectionately and for evermore as CSUN.
Today, CSUN attracts students determined to create thriving careers, purposeful lives and to build a brighter and more equitable future for all.
Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world with over 400,000 Initiates, 181 collegiate chapters, and 248 alumnae chapters. Throughout Chi Omega’s long and proud history, the Fraternity has brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development.
Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes:
- Personal Integrity
- Service to Others
- Academic Excellence and Intellectual Pursuits
- Community and Campus Involvement
- Personal and Career Development
Delta Gamma Fraternity
Delta Gamma Fraternity was founded in 1873 in Oxford, Mississippi, at the Lewis School for Girls by three young women: Anna Boyd, Mary Comfort and Eva Webb. Founded before the term sorority was used, our fraternity has since grown into one of the largest international women’s organizations with more than 250,000 members, 150 collegiate chapters and 200 alumnae groups.
With Delta Gamma’s founding, Anna, Mary and Eva helped spark a movement to create safe and empowering communities for women on college campuses. We still make that space for each other today, through a culture of belonging, a promise to empower and a commitment to put our purpose into practice.
This is the Do Good Sisterhood. This is Delta Gamma.
In 1874, Sigma Kappa Sorority was founded by the first female students attending Colby College. Today, Sigma Kappa has nearly 190,000 members, 118 collegiate chapters, and 97 alumnae chapters. Members of Sigma Kappa strive to uphold the four values of the organization: personal growth, service, friendship, and loyalty. Our values express Sigma Kappa’s reason for being, what we strive to achieve, and how we conduct the organization and ourselves.
West Chester University - Student Leadership & Involvement
Mission: Student Leadership and Involvement provides WCU students with transformative learning opportunities that prepare them to be active global citizens through involvement in student organizations, intentional programming, and interpersonal interactions.
Student Leadership and Involvement is the official umbrella office of all recognized undergraduate student organizations at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. With over 280 registered organizations, West Chester University provides a range of opportunity to grow as an individual, develop teamwork and leadership skills, and network with other students and faculty.