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What is Hazing?

Hazing includes any activity expected of someone joining a group (or maintaining full status in a group) that causes or is likely to cause a risk of mental, emotional and/or physical harm, regardless of the person's willingness to participate. Hazing activities may include but are not limited to the following: Abuse of alcohol during new member activities; striking another person whether by use of any object or one's body; creation of excessive fatigue; physical and/or psychological shock; morally degrading or humiliating games or activities that create a risk of bodily, emotional, or mental harm (WAC 504-26-206).

Reporting Hazing

No student or student organization at Washington State University may conspire to engage in hazing or participate in hazing of another. Washington State University's ability to investigate reported incidents, enforce the university’s expectations, and protect future students depends on the accuracy and specificity of the information provided. You are encouraged to provide as much specific detail as possible so that appropriate action can be taken to address the reported behavior.

Hazing Reporting Form confidentiality will be maintained subject to any legal obligations of disclosure and also subject to WSU's duty to follow up and take appropriate action in response to the information.

Additionally, your name and contact information is optional, but we encourage you to provide this information since it often helps for our follow-up process. Thank you.

CALL 911 IF THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE POSSIBILITY THAT SOMEONE IS IN DANGER OF BEING HARMED.

Sport Club that you are reporting?

Date of Incident

Location of Incident

Description of Incident (Please provide as much detail as possible)

The following information is optional.

Contact First Name

Contact Last Name

Contact Phone Number

Contact Email

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