Additional Resources


Campus Safety Magazine—How to Prevent Hazing
Melissa Lucchesi, outreach education coordinator of Security On Campus Inc., provides ideas for promoting group cohesiveness as alternatives to hazing.

The Chronicle of Higher Education—To Combat Hazing, Work With Small Groups
This letter to the editor, written by President Emeritus Robert Iosue of York College of Pennsylvania, encourages schools to tackle the problem of hazing at the smallest possible level.

This national organization is dedicated to hazing prevention in college and university student groups. Visit their website for hazing facts, special programming information, and to stay informed by signing up for their free e-newsletter.

Inside Hazing—Understanding Hazardous Hazing
Dr. Susan Lipkins, a psychologist and leading expert in the field of hazing, provides a wealth of information on the topic, including statistics, proposed legislation, national headlines, and recommended reading.

National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention
Believing that data-driven prevention is essential to eradicating hazing, this organization conducts research and campus climate assessments to promote healthy student development and positive campus climates. For information on their national agenda to prevent hazing as well as key reports, including findings from the most comprehensive study of hazing to date, visit their website.
This website was created to help educate thousands of students, parents, and educators on the topic of hazing. Recommended reading materials as well as suggested avenues for personal involvement are just a few of the resources that can be found here.


Anti-Hazing iPhone App
Developed with assistance from an advisory committee of hazing experts, this free application provides an easy way to learn about this dangerous practice and report it as it happens.

Anti-Hazing Literature
View postcards produced for an anti-hazing campaign to communicate the no-hazing message to Miami students and parents.