The Universities of Louisiana are participating in national hazing prevention week to raise awareness of the dangers of hazing and prevent future hazing. Visit hazingprevention.org to learn more about the national effort.
– Movies that Matter: “School Daze” and a panel discussion focusing on hazing
– Office of Student Engagement and Leadership sponsored Hazing Awareness Event
– NPHC Organizations hosting events and activities
– The product of a hazing prevention art activity encouraging student participation will be displayed in the student union for the week.
– Anti-hazing table displays will be present in the student union each day.
– Tuesday: Student Organizations and Fraternity/Sorority Life Office will host a hazing prevention workshop featuring an overview of the university’s hazing policy and local, state, and federal laws and a keynote speaker from CampusSpeaks, Inc.
– Friday: Drawing for various electronics for students who have competed the AliveTek online hazing module
– Hazing prevention video airings
– Wednesday: Anti Hazing Resource fair in the quad
– Thursday: Documentary and awareness table in quad focusing on Nicholls Creed/Civility
– Friday: Social media campaign
– Monday: Be Brave, Lady of the Bracelet candidates create Be Brave bracelets to empower students to stand up against hazing and harmful behaviors
– SGA vote on a resolution recognizing Hazing Prevention Week
– Tuesday: These Hands Don’t Haze – take the pledge against hazing and leave your hand print on the banner
– Wednesday: Do the Right Thing – first year honor society members distribute buttons and discuss positive rites of passage
– Thursday: Learn Their Stories, Remember Their Names – learn the stories of those who have lost their lives to hazing
– Friday: Tri Sigma Event
– These Hands Don’t Haze table displays
– Lions Against Hazing Video Contest
– Monday: Greeks Donut Haze – Greek members will serve donuts and educate on the dangers of hazing
– Tuesday: Don’t be a Weenie Stand up to Hazing – Hand out hotdogs and educate on the dangers of hazing
– Wedesnday: Lions Against Hazing photo booth – “By taking this photo I understand the importance of being educated on the dangers of hazing and not participating in the act. Lions don’t haze.”
– Thursday: Anti hazing film screening
– Monday: Ann Gruver speaking event 6 p.m.
– Tuesday: Give Back Night, POP the silence popcorn event
– Wednesday: We Donut Haze the Ones we Love donut pass out event
– Thursday: Display tables at the rec
– Monday: Button giveaway, scavenger Hunt, These Hands Don’t Haze board, 5:30 Hawks Against Hazing forum and t-shirt giveaway
– Tuesday: Donut giveaway, scavenger hunt, Hands Don’t Haze board
– Wednesday: Waters from Wesley and koozie giveaway, scavenger hunt, Hands Don’t Haze board, 5:30 guest speaker Hangar
– Thursday: Be Cool popsicle and bracelet giveaway, scavenger hunt, Hands Don’t Haze board
– Friday: Donut giveaway, scavenger hunt, Hands Don’t Haze board
– Monday: Hazing Prevention Luncheon
– These Hands Don’t Haze – students will leave handprints and sign a hazing prevention pledge and leave suggestions for things groups can do together that build meaningful membership
– These Mouths Don’t Haze – students will sign a hazing prevention pledge and leave suggestions for ways groups talk to one another that build meaningful membership experiences
– These Hearts Don’t Haze – students will sign a hazing prevention pledge and leave suggestions to change attitudes towards hazing within groups that build meaningful membership experiences
The University of Louisiana System is committed to maintaining a supportive, educational environment that fosters respect for the dignity and rights of all its community members. This commitment reflects the System’s adherence to its mission, to its various policies supporting its mission, and to relevant state and federal laws. As such, acts of hazing are considered irresponsible, intolerable and inconsistent with the System’s mission. Read the full UL System hazing policy here.
If you or someone else is in immediate danger please dial 911. If you believe you have experienced or witnessed hazing, we urge you to report the suspected hazing incident to the best of your ability. You could be the difference in preventing future hazing incidents. You may anonymously report the incident using the form below or click the link to your institution’s hazing policy.
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