Honor. Trust. Integrity. Respect. Self-Governance. Tradition.
While the University has many traditions, hazing has no place in the University experience.

Additional Resources

How can I learn more?
There are many websites and resources available:

National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention
This investigation is the most comprehensive study of hazing to date and includes survey responses from more than 11,000 undergraduate students at 53 colleges and universities in different regions of the U.S. and interviews with more than 300 students and staff at 18 of these campuses.

Hazing Prevention.Org
A national organization dedicated to its mission to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups. Provides education, develop resources and build partnerships.

Stop Hazing.Org
A resource for accurate, up-to-date hazing information for students, parents, and educators.

Inside Hazing.Com
Information about recognizing hazing and steps on what to do to help.

Gordie’s Call
A national campaign to prevent alcohol abuse and hazing run by the Gordie Center for Substance Abuse Prevention at the University of Virginia.  The website features the documentary HAZE which tells Gordie’s story within the greater context of alcohol abuse and hazing on campus.  The film sparks in-depth conversations about the role of alcohol and “traditions” to initiate members.  To learn more about HAZE, go to http://www.gordiescall.org/haze-the-movie