Hazing Prevention Toolkit for Campus Professionals
Allan, E. J., Payne, J.M., Boyer, A., Kerschner D., StopHazing, and Clery Center, 2018
Campus hazing can have far-reaching negative consequences for individual students and their families; student organizations, groups, and teams; and the broader campus community. Because hazing is a complex issue that reflects campus culture, there is no “one size fits all” solution. The purpose of this Hazing Prevention Toolkit for Campus Professionals is to describe components of a data-driven Hazing Prevention Framework© based on key principles of prevention science and findings from a research-to-practice project, the Hazing Prevention Consortium led by StopHazing™. While effective responses to hazing are vital, this document emphasizes activities that prevent hazing before it begins. Designed with college and university senior leaders in mind, including presidents, provosts, vice presidents, deans, directors, and other executive and administrative leaders in academic and student affairs, this toolkit includes action steps to help guide campus professionals in campus-wide, comprehensive hazing prevention.