National Hazing Prevention Week


Thank you for participanting in  National Hazing Prevention Week 2021!

NHPW is organized by HazingPrevention.Org whuch is a national organziation dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing by providing educationa nd resourced, advocating on hazing prevention, and building partnerships with others. This year, Fraternity and Sorority Life has partnered with Student Government Association, Alumni Association, Parent and Family Programs, Health Initiatives, and GT Yellow Jacket Marching Band to bring a week full of programming and awarenss for National Hazing Prevention Week. We hope you can join us!


If you missed the events, check out the recordings below: 


Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 12:00pm EST

Understanding Hazing and Student Safety

Presented by Parent and Family Programs & Fraternity and Sorority Life

Georgia Tech Fraternity and Sorority Life knows that parents and guardians are an important part of helping us end the cycle of hazing. We want to make sure that you feel equipped with the tools and resources to help us address hazing. We would like to invite you to participate in our Hazing Prevention Webinar: Understanding Hazing and Student Safety which will take place during National Hazing Prevention Week.

We invite parents and families to participate in a 45 minute webinar where we discuss signs of hazing, ways to report hazing, and how to discuss hazing with your student. We hope that parents and families leave the webinar more informed and confident in address issues of hazing. 


Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 6:00pm EST

Hazing, Power- Based Violence, and Bystander Intervention Methods 

Presented by Health Initiatives

Join Health Initiatives as they explore how sexual violence and hazing can show up and the ways they intersect in our day to day activities. Power base violence and the similarities between these issues. This program is open to all. Click to watch recording


Turning Tragedy Into Progress with Steve & Rae Ann Grover

Presented by Georgia State University in partnership with Kennesaw State University, Emory University, and Georgia Tech

Join us for a conversation with the Gruvers as they discuss their experience with hazing and how to show up for your chapter. They will also discuss the new hazing act in the state of Georgia and how it will impact student groups.