In support of September being National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) and National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) – September 19-23, 2022, StopHazing is hosting several programs and releasing new and refreshed hazing prevention resources.
Programming schedule, registration forms and resources for download linked below.
Programs – Events & Trainings
Sept. 14th – Hazing Prevention Academy
Date: September 14, 2022
Time: 1:00-3:30pm ET
Who: Campus professionals
What: Research-based, interactive training
More info here.
Sept. 20th – 10 Signs of Healthy & Unhealthy Groups: Understanding the Toolkit & the Promotion of Healthy Behaviors
Date: September 20, 2022
Time: 1:30-2:30pm ET
Who: Campus professionals, leaders, parents and families, students
What: presentation and resource demo
StopHazing has developed the 10 Signs of Healthy & Unhealthy Groups: Toolkit in collaboration with One Love. This program will showcase this new resource and expand on hazing prevention as the promotion of healthy behaviors.
Sept. 21st – StopHazing’s Research Roundtable: Highlighting Recent & Emerging Hazing Prevention Research
Date: September 21, 2022
Time: 1:00-2:30pm ET
Who: Campus professionals, scholars, and researchers
What: Presentation and discussion of new and emerging research
Sept. 22nd – SNAP Presents: Students Take a Stand to #StopHazing!
Date: September 22, 2022
Time: 5:00-6:00pm ET
Who: All students
What: SNAP hosted event for students working together to prevent hazing. Learn more about SNAP, hazing and hazing prevention, the REACH Act, and how to be part of the change-making process.
Resources for Download
10 Signs of Healthy & Unhealthy Groups: Toolkit
Download this brand NEW resource, made in collaboration with One Love – a dating violence prevention group dedicated to educating about healthy and unhealthy relationships.
With the group context in mind, we have built out the 10 healthy and unhealthy signs framework with examples and warning signs and developed activity and workshop guides for students and leaders.
Social Media Toolkit 2022
Use this toolkit – full of posts, captions, and memes – to level up your social media presence and raise awareness about hazing and hazing prevention!
Remember: tag StopHazing and use the hashtag #stophazing to be featured and reposted on StopHazing social channels.
What is Hazing?
Red Flags of Hazing
Hazing vs. Bullying
Residence Life – Staff Infographic
Residence Life – RA & Student Infographic
See all of StopHazing’s Digital Tools & Downloads here.
What else is happening?
- Follow StopHazing on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Tiktok
- Use the #StopHazing and tag us to re-post and share content!
- Check out Clery Center’s programming for NCSAM!
- Students – join SNAP!
- Everyone – complete this form to urge your representatives to support hazing prevention legislation!
Questions about StopHazing, NCSAM/NHPW, or the programming offered, reach out to Meredith@stophazing.org