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Mark your calendars – September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) and National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is September 20-24th this year! RSVP, register, and set reminders now – you don’t want to miss any of it!

The following StopHazing programs and resources are sponsored by: United Educators

StopHazing’s 2021 Research Summit | Sept. 21st from 2:00-3:30pm ET | Virtual

This Research Summit will highlight notable scholarship on hazing and consider the implications for prevention. Research highlighted will focus on a range of group types and contexts using diverse methods. This pilot Research Summit will be in a roundtable format via Zoom, for campus professionals in a variety of roles (e.g., FSL, health and wellness, Title IX, student conduct) with an interest in hazing prevention, and will be free of charge. Have questions, want more details, or want to be considered as a presenter? Reach out to, StopHazing’s Post-Doc Fellow for Research & Evaluation.

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We Don’t Haze – Panel Discussion and Viewing | Sept. 22nd from 2:00-3:00pm ET | Virtual

This panel discussion and viewing of We Don’t Haze (WDH) will be a program campus professionals, student organization advisors, and students won’t want to miss. The panel guests include family members who’ve lost a child and sibling to hazing, campus safety experts, passionate advocates, and hazing prevention researchers. Join us for the discussion and then stay for the viewing of WDH.

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Note: You can use this program to jump-start a facilitated group discussion or workshop after watching the short film! View these accompanying resources to help you plan ahead!

StopHazing’s Hazing Prevention Academy (HPA) | Sept. 23rd from 1:00-3:30pm ET | Virtual

This research-based 2.5h training for campus professionals guided by the only evidence-informed Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF) – focusing on the Commitment and Capacity components. The HPA is delivered by the leading hazing prevention experts and practitioners in the field and is discussion-based. Participants will walk away with abridged assessment tools, practical campus examples, and concrete next steps for prevention 

Hazing Prevention Academy

Low cost of $149 per person*

*Discounts are available for institutions serving historically underserved populations such as HBCUs, TCUs, HSIs, and community colleges. 
*HPA registration is covered for: HPC member institutions, StopHazing Annual Members (2 per institution), and Webinar Subscribers (1 per institution).

StopHazing’s New Digital Tools & Downloads


  • What is Hazing? – Infographic – with the option to tailor information with campus-specific details and information.
  • Red Flags of Hazing – Infographic
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Social Media Toolkit

The toolkit includes social media posts, stories, and captions for you to post your own hazing prevention social media campaigns!
Bonus: Memes are also be included!

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StopHazing’s Social Media Campaign

We’ve developed content for you to share, post, and engage with on our social media platforms! Connect – Like – Follow – Share our content. 

Host Your Own Program & Get Involved!

StopHazing has workshop facilitation guides for no-cost to download! You can use our workshop facilitation guides to host your own program or facilitated discussion on hazing prevention. Other programming ideas for student councils, organizations, and groups may include a fundraising component (such as a penny drive) to raise awareness and drive hazing prevention efforts forward.

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Join SNAP – StopHazing’s Student Network for Advocacy and Prevention to help bring awareness to hazing and drive hazing prevention forward everywhere! SNAP is a network of student-leaders committed to hazing prevention.

Reach out to if you have any questions or need assistance registering for any of the above programs, trainings, events, etc. We hope to see you there!