WCU Hazing Prevention Resources

What is Hazing? 


Hazing is any action taken or any situation created intentionally that causes embarrassment, harassment or ridicule and risks emotional and/or physical harm to members of a group or team, whether new or not, regardless of the person’s willingness to participate. (http://hazingprevention.org/home/hazing/facts-what-hazing-looks-like/

RECOGNIZE IT. REPORT IT. END IT.

To learn more about hazing, there are several additional informative sources, including:

www.HazingPrevention.org

www.StopHazing.org

www.HazingStudy.org

www.HankNuwer.com

www.inmemoryofjack.com

http://awareawakealive.org/

http://www.gordie.org/

Tools

Download a FREE resource guide about Hazing Prevention Here

Rams don't haze! Click for West Chester University's Anti-Hazing Policy. 

 

Videos to watch:

 

CARSON'S STORY

 

Carson's Story- A Young Man's Life and Death - YouTube

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Meet Carson Starkey, learn who he was, how he lived, how he died and how his death continues to change countless lives. Aware Awake Alive promotes safety edu...

 

 

DISRUPT THE HAZING CYCLE

 

TEDxSMU 2011 - Will Clarke - Disrupting the Cycle of Hazing - YouTube

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Will is the author of Lord Vishnu's Love Handles and The Worthy from Simon & Schuster. Both novels were selected as The New York Times Book Review Editor's C...

 

 

Hazing Myths

Click the PDF below for myths and reality of hazing


 

 

Report

Reporting Hazing takes a lot of courage but may save someone from physical and/or emotional harm. Be strong, and report any information to the Office of Student Conduct.                                                       

Address: Ruby Jones Hall, Room 200 
West Chester, PA 19382
Phone: 610-436-3511 
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm

If you know of anyone who needs immediate remediation, please contact Public Safety immediately at 610-436-3311. 

 

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