Carnegie Mellon University

Hazing Prevention Resources & Education

Tartans are change-makers. Through reporting, education and programming, we can put an end to hazing.

Centers for Hazing Support

clery-center-logo.jpgClery Center

The Clery Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing colleges and universities with education and training related to the Clery Act, which aims to improve nationwide campus safety. Watch Clery's "We Don't Haze" documentary, which highlights perspectives of individuals impacted by hazing and key hazing prevention themes.

gordie-center-logo.jpgThe Gordie Center

The Gordie Center is dedicated to honoring Lynn Gordon "Gordie" Bailey Jr.'s memory by creating and distributing programs using evidence-informed, student-tested resources to reduce hazardous drinking and promote peer bystander intervention among young adults. 

Piazza Center

The Timothy J. Piazza Center for Fraternity and Sorority Research and Reform empowers higher education to make the fraternity and sorority experience safer and more meaningful. The center produces actionable data to give practitioners the evidence needed to enact meaningful change on their campuses. 

Online Resources