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Education & Resources

Campus Resources

Support & Intervention Services 

215 Creese Student Center
(215) 895-0353
Victims of hazing need access to information about support services and the available resources to help them cope with the physical, emotional, and possible financial consequences of this crime. These elements are very important to helping a student regain an educational as well as a personal focus while away from family and friends. These services help them to restore an order to their lives after becoming a victim.

Recreational Athletics

Climbing Wall and Experiential Learning Program
(215) 571-3778
Teambuilding programs are a unique opportunity for groups looking for adventurous learning experiences. The Drexel Recreation Center’s teambuilding and climbing programs provide learning opportunities through challenging fun activities.

A Healthier U
A Healthier U is a comprehensive, University-wide wellness program aimed at improving the physical, emotional and financial well-being of all students, faculty and staff.

Online Resources
Stop Hazing
NCAA Hazing Prevention Information
Hank Nuwer
RISE Partnerships – From Hazing to Health
Response Ability

Other Educational Institutions – Hazing Prevention

University of Maine
Florida State University
Cornell University
College of William & Mary


Fraternal Truth
Hank Nuwer
Fraternal Thoughts
Building Heroes - Beyond Hazing

Additional Resources

Printable Posters
Sports Hazing Poster
Fraternity Hazing Poster
Hazing Definition Poster (PDF)
CAMPUSPEAK Hazing Poster Contest - Winning Posters

Guides & Info Sheets
100 Alternatives to Hazing (DOC)
NCAA Teambuilding Resource
Hazing Myths & Facts
Impact of Hazing on Individuals
Defining Hazing

Relevant Research & Articles

Higher Education Center - “A Comprehensive Approach to Hazing Prevention in Higher Education Settings
Alfred University Study on Hazing in Athletics 
Hazing Study
How Hazing Becomes a Culture and How to Fight It - Susan Lipkins

Hazing Education Workshops & Programs

Hazing Prevention Awareness Week