Hazing Prevention at CMU
Hazing is not tolerated at Carnegie Mellon. At CMU, all individuals have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We aspire for Carnegie Mellon to embody a community of care, support and respect, and one that is welcoming, inclusive and safe for all. We work together to ensure that is reality.
Hazing education is included in training for new fraternity and sorority member educators and is a part of the on-boarding process for students joining the Fraternity & Sorority Life community.
Fraternity and Sorority organizations are held to the community standards outlined in The Word as well as their governing council bylaws. Each governing council creates a set of expectations, procedures, and policies to set standards for their community.
Report hazing via the Ethics Reporting Form
Fraternity & Sorority Life Reports & Statistics
As of fall 2017, Mid-Year Fraternity & Sorority Life Reports provide only the data related to membership and scholarship for fall semesters. The annual Fraternity & Sorority Life Report published after the spring semester includes membership, scholarship, community service, and campus involvement information.