Are you a staff member or student looking to expand hazing prevention efforts on your campus this upcoming academic year? Would you like to know more about hazing-what it is (and isn’t), things you or your organization can do instead of hazing, and what to do when hazing is happening? Wondering how to address a specific issue related to hazing in a student organization or athletic team? Or are you looking for some resources to create hazing prevention programs and activities on your campus?
On this page you’ll find a documentary, webinars, informational and activity handouts, and additional resources that can be implemented and utilized on your campus. These materials are ideally meant to contribute to broader year-round campus-based hazing prevention efforts. However, they can also be used for single-activity programs and during National Hazing Prevention Week. StopHazing worked with The Clery Center For Security On Campus, The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning, and members of the Hazing Prevention Consortium to develop many of these materials. Have a question about any of these resources? Want to let us know how you’re using this information on your campus? Interested in other ways StopHazing supports campuses in developing hazing prevention strategies? For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
Documentaries / Prevention Programming
We Don’t Haze: StopHazing worked with The Clery Center For Security On Campus to develop “We Don’t Haze,” a 17-minute documentary to promote hazing prevention on college campuses. The documentary shares the perspectives of those who have had their lives impacted by hazing and touches on key themes related to hazing prevention, including examples of hazing, how to recognize hazing behaviors, and alternatives to hazing. In collaboration with The Clery Center For Security On Campus, StopHazing developed companion materials to be used in conjunction with the film, including hazing prevention briefs for college and university professionals and for general audiences, discussion / facilitation guides to be used with students and staff, along with several other resources. The trailer to the film can be viewed above and the full documentary is available for free here. Supplemental resources to the film are available both here and below.
We Don’t Haze Discussion Guide for Students: This discussion guide for students offers talking points for leading conversations with students about the topics covered in the film.
We Don’t Haze Discussion Guide for Faculty/Staff: This guide uses the film as the center for a facilitated conversation with faculty and staff about strategies for identifying and responding to hazing.
We Don’t Haze Activity Guide: This guide provides suggestions for interactive activities to reinforce the themes addressed in the film and discussion guides and can be used with students and faculty/staff.
We Don’t Haze Companion Prevention Brief for College and University Professionals: This brief is a resource for campus professionals who want to understand and communicate effectively about hazing and develop strategies to prevent hazing.
We Don’t Haze Companion Prevention Brief for General Audiences: This brief is a resource for students, parents, alumni, and other members of campus communities who want to understand and communicate effectively about hazing and learn strategies for responding to hazing, including bystander intervention.
We Don’t Haze Bystander Intervention Handout: This handout can be used while screening We Don’t Haze to help explain and reinforce the importance of and strategies for bystander intervention.
Hazing Prevention Consortium webinars: StopHazing’s Hazing Prevention Consortium provides coaching and support to select colleges and universities to develop, implement, and evaluate promising hazing prevention strategies. Along with consulting prevention experts and member institutions, StopHazing developed webinars on the following subjects:
- Hazing 101: An introduction to hazing and its prevention
- Social Norms: How to develop a social norms approach to hazing prevention
- Leadership Development: Ethical leadership as an alternative to hazing
- Why Students Haze: Purposes and complexities of hazing
- Cultural Competence: Developing cultural competent hazing prevention
- Hazing Incident Investigations: Promising procedures and processes for effective investigation
- Campus Response to Hazing Incidents: Promising procedures and processes to respond to hazing
- Hazing and Sexual Assault: Intersections and implications for prevention
- Bystander Training: Bystander intervention for hazing prevention
- Alumni Engagement: Strategies for getting alumni involved in hazing prevention
- Parent Engagement: Strategies for getting parents involved in hazing prevention
If you’re interested in gaining access to any of these webinars for use on your campus, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us know how you plan on using these materials on your campus by sending an email to email@example.com.