StopHazing Annual Membership

The StopHazing Annual Membership program is designed with institutions in mind that are looking to bolster their existing efforts and engage in comprehensive hazing prevention, but may be currently lacking the financial and staff resources to join the Hazing Prevention Consortium. Colleges and universities participating in the StopHazing membership program will receive access to impactful resources, trainings, and assessment tools to help prevent hazing within their campus community. 

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Included in Membership:

StopHazing member institutions will receive hazing prevention support through assessments, trainings, expertise, and other benefits for a yearly cost of $3,500.*

Assessment

Hazing Prevention Rubric:

Based on the Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF), the Hazing Prevention Rubric (HPR) is a tool for institutions to assess and set goals for improvement of campus hazing prevention efforts across the areas of commitment, capacity, assessment, planning, evaluation, cultural competence, sustainability, and implementation. After completing the HPR, member campuses will have the opportunity to participate in an annual follow-up consult call or videoconference meeting with StopHazing staff to discuss rubric results, campus strengths, potential areas of improvement, and goals for the upcoming academic year. 

Hazing Prevention Website Assessment:

Grounded in the Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF) and based on the work of the Hazing Prevention Consortium (HPC) and a research analysis of leading college and university hazing prevention websites, StopHazing member institutions will receive access to a rubric to aid in self-assessment and improvement of institutional hazing prevention webpages. 

Trainings

StopHazing Webinar Subscription:

StopHazing member institutions will receive access to the StopHazing webinar subscription program webinars and the option of having an unlimited number of community members (e.g., staff, students, faculty) have access to the four new webinars each academic year.

Webinars tentatively planned for the 2021-2022 academic year are:

  • Social Norms Approach to Hazing Prevention
  • Hazing Incident Investigations
  • Assessment and Evaluation for Hazing Prevention
  • Bystander Intervention for Hazing Prevention

Each webinar comes with companion readings and resources and will be archived for StopHazing members to access in subsequent academic years. 

Hazing Prevention Academy (HPA):

The HPA is a program that provides campus professionals with a foundational understanding of hazing and its prevention. The HPA emphasizes capacity building and commitment to hazing prevention, provides an overview of the evidence-based Hazing Prevention Framework, and features practitioners sharing examples of capacity and commitment to hazing prevention from their campuses. StopHazing member institutions may have up to two staff members attend a virtual HPA for free each academic year. 

We Don’t Haze Hazing Prevention Training Package:

StopHazing member institutions will be provided with a digital packet that outlines how to best conduct and evaluate a hazing prevention training featuring the film We Don’t Haze and an optional facilitated discussion. A facilitation script, best practices, discussion slides, and sample evaluation will be provided to members to use with a range of student groups on their campus.

Expertise

Virtual Office Hours:

StopHazing members will be able to participate in bimonthly (i.e., every two months) virtual open office hours and will have the opportunity to discuss and receive feedback from StopHazing researchers and peers on hazing prevention challenges facing their institutions. StopHazing staff members will also be available to provide assistance to campus professionals via email. 

Cultural Competence Training:

In partnership with Rasheed Ali Cromwell, Esq. of the Harbor Institute, StopHazing members will have the opportunity to attend a virtual training outlining best practices to improve cultural competence. This training will be recorded and shared for those unable to attend. 

Leadership for Hazing Prevention Guide:

All members will receive a leadership for hazing prevention guide outlining leadership theories and models, how to apply leadership theory to practice, and the implications for hazing prevention trainings. 

Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention Action Guide:

All members will receive the action guide, with its six accompanying commitment bolstering resources. As members, these customizable resources and the strategic use of them on campus can be discussed and tailored with StopHazing’s technical assistance.

One Love + StopHazing’s 10 Signs of Healthy and Unhealthy Groups Toolkit:

All members will receive this toolkit created in partnership with the One Love Foundation, outlining healthy and unhealthy group behaviors, warning signs to hazing, discussion questions, and ‘gut check’ scenarios to frame workshops. Additional assistance will be available for members to craft workshops for students and community stakeholders.

Hazing Prevention Workshops:

All members will receive the Making Space for Leaders to Lead Change and Leadership Dilemmas workshop facilitation guides focused on student leadership development and positive group environments and decision making skills. Additional assistance will be available for members to plan and prepare to facilitate these workshops.

Other Benefits

Research-to-Practice Newsletter:

Each semester, StopHazing member institutions will receive a newsletter highlighting recent hazing and hazing prevention scholarship and discussing the implications for practice within their campus communities. 

StopHazing Member Welcome Kit:

StopHazing member institutions will receive a member welcome kit that provides information on how to utilize a StopHazing membership and suggestions for campus hazing prevention efforts.

Conferences:

All StopHazing member institutions will have the opportunity to connect with StopHazing staff members and members of the HPC at national conferences such as NASPA, NASPA Strategies, ACPA, and AFA.

Discounted Consulting:

StopHazing members will receive a discounted rate on other StopHazing consulting services, including services meant to build upon StopHazing membership. 

Cost: $3,500 per academic year*

While many of these member resources are available a la carte, we encourage colleges and universities to consider becoming StopHazing members in order to save money, ensure access to cutting-edge resources, and further illustrate institutional commitment to hazing prevention. All institutions of higher education are eligible to participate in the StopHazing member program for an annual fee of $3,500.

*Discounts are available for institutions serving historically under-served populations such as HBCUs, TCUs, HSIs, and community colleges. 

Membership runs July 1st to June 30th annually.

If interested in becoming an institutional member or you have any questions, please contact meredith@stophazing.org.