We can do more together than we can alone to address this societal problem.
The Coalition is actively pursuing state and federal anti-hazing legislation that delivers greater transparency through stronger hazing reporting requirements, strengthens criminal penalties and more...
Rae Ann Gruver
As part of the Anti-Hazing Coalition, several parents of hazing victims speak at college and high school campuses, as well as to organizations, to share their sons’ stories and educate about hazing prevention.
50% of students experience hazing in high school
We plan to engage fraternity and sorority members in educating high school students to confront hazing and bullying.
Adam’s Law, requiring hazing prevention training in college, is signed into law
Criminal charges for hazing now harsher under law named for N.J.’s Timothy Piazza
Collin’s Law signed to stiffen hazing penalties in Ohio
The passing of the END ALL Hazing Act is critically important because we continue to see students being injured or dying at alarming rates as a result of irresponsible hazing behavior at universities. The transparency and awareness that this law will bring will enable students and parents to assess the quality and reputation of the organizations with which students are considering joining.”