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Additional Resources for Hazing Prevention

As individuals, groups, and organizations work to prevent situations that would encourage or engender hazing behaviors, we must all come together and share positive resources that help this cause. Many local and national organizations, as well as campus contacts are identified as positive sources of information and outreach.
  • A national organization dedicated to its mission to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups. 
  • A comprehensive site for current literature and media available to students, as well as updates on state laws that are applicable for individuals and groups.
  • Limberlost Consulting: This external consulting firm works with campuses, chapters, groups, corporations, and boards providing strategic planning, consulting, and presentation advising, for many topical areas in higher education, inclusive of current practices in hazing prevention.
  • Group/organization adviser: Recall that as groups and organizations have advisers who are trained to assist in education, prevention, and response, your adviser can be called upon to help interpret appropriate practices for all individual and group/organization behavior.
  • Student Organization Resource Guide: Each year, the Center for Student Involvement publishes its updated Student Organization Resource Guide, to inform student organizations and their advisers of the guidelines, policies and procedures regarding hosting events, travel and finances. In collaboration with several campus partners, Center for Student Involvement has continued to adhere to best practices with regard to safety and security, institutional and organizational reputation, and value congruency with organizational mission.
  • Community Standards and Civility: Staff members from Community Standards and Civility are trained in hazing prevention measures. Contact the office at (937) 229-4627 to request to speak with someone who may schedule a presentation for a group/organization meeting on the topic of hazing prevention.
  • Center for Student Involvement: Staff members from Center for Student Involvement are trained in hazing prevention measures, inclusive of those who are specifically trained to work with values-based Greek organizations in the Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and women‘s College Panhellenic Council (Panhellenic). Contact Center for Student Involvement at (937) 229-3333 to request to speak with someone who may schedule a presentation for a group/organization meeting on the topic of hazing prevention.

Center for Student Involvement

Kennedy Union
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0620