Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention: Action Guide
In 2018, StopHazing and Clery Center released the Hazing Prevention Toolkit for Campus Professionals, which outlines the data-driven Hazing Prevention Framework© (HPF). The Framework was developed with findings from a research-to-practice project, the Hazing Prevention Consortium, led by StopHazing and researchers at the University of Maine.
The Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention: Action Guide provides practical resources focused on one of the HPF components — commitment. Use the Action Guide to engage campus leaders and the broader campus community in eliminating campus hazing culture and transforming group environments to support healthy belonging and well-being for all students.
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Action Guide Overview
In the Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention: Action Guide, you will find:
Campus Commitment Information-Gathering Tool: Determine what existing practices signal campus-wide commitment to hazing prevention and recommended actions to take in the future.
PowerPoint Template: Making the Case for Hazing Prevention Support: Adapt this PowerPoint template to garner support for future hazing prevention needs or efforts.
Campus Commitment Planning Resource: Learn how to intentionally engage the campus community in hazing prevention over time.
Strategies for Engaging Students and their Families: Utilize some of these strategies to engage students and their family support systems in hazing prevention.
Sample Letter from Campus Leadership: This sample letter shows how a broadly disseminated message from key leaders can model commitment to hazing prevention.
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