Skip to main content


 

Hazing at Cornell

Gannett Health Services
110 Ho Plaza
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-3101

Tel: 607 255-5155
Fax: 607 255-0269
Email

Hazing can be physically, mentally and/or emotionally harmful for students who are hazed or those who haze them. One in three Cornell undergraduates experiences some form of hazing within student groups. These practices often involve coerced consumption of alcohol, sometimes to the point of life-threatening alcohol poisoning. 

Gannett partners with the Dean of Students Office to provide leadership in the University's efforts to eliminate hazing.

Visit hazing.cornell.edu to:

  • learn about hazing at Cornell
  • report incidents of hazing
  • explore alternative group-building activities
  • find out what you can do to prevent hazing
  • discover hazing-related resources.

For additional information about hazing contact the Dean of Students Office at 255-1115.


See also
  •  Hazing is Never OK
    This USA Today column (written by Cornell President David Skorton and Vice President for SAS, Susan Murphy) reviews the continued awareness of and heightened response to hazing at Cornell.
  • See more "Hazing in the News"